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Vancouver police probe ‘targeted killings’ of 2 females in West Point Grey

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Key takeaways: 

  • Ladies shot dead in a car on Sunday at Discovery Street and West 8th Avenue, police state.
  • Vancouver police probers investigate a white BMW at the scene of what a representative called a ‘severe happening’ Sunday on the city’s west side. 
  • Police later approved two females who were shot dead in their vehicle. 

Two women were shot dead in their BMW car: 

Two females were shot dead in their vehicle in Vancouver’s upscale West Point Grey community on Sunday, police have approved, in what officers depicted as “targeted killings.”

Vancouver Police Department’s killing department is researching what a representative earlier called a “severe incident” in the city’s west side. By 9 p.m., PT had approved the murders are the city’s first and second killings of 2022.

The two victims were found by a citizen who police told was out for a walk Sunday and determined by police as Shu-Min Wu, 50, and Ying Ying Sun, 39.

A police representative stated they got a report of concern Sunday close to Discovery Street and West 8th Avenue.

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Police department of Vancouver investigates the white BMW in which 2 females were killed

“Vancouver’s Emergency Response Team was shortly deployed to the community Sunday morning to search a home near the crime scene, as operatives worried there could be additional victims inside,” representative Sgt. Steve Addison stated in a statement Sunday night.

Earlier images of the scene show investigators investigating a white BMW with a tarp over the driver-side window about midday Sunday, with a white police tent set up nearby.

“This is a severe happening, and it will be a complicated and lengthy inquiry that will take some time,” Addison told at a news conference Sunday afternoon.

Addison said researchers would be at the scene for much of Sunday and “in future days” and aim the public’s assistance with any tips or information.

Source – cbc.ca

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