The brazenpublic shootingin South Surrey that left two men dead has been investigated by the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team since the incident occurred on July 30. It has been.
Police have now named three victims, but have not specified which one died.
"IHIT identifies the victims as Harbir Khosa, 26, Robeen Soreni, 20, and Jordan Krishna, 19," he said of Sgt. David Lee. Told.
"Both Xhosa and Krishna are known to the police and all three victims are from Surrey."
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can proceed with the investigation.
The three shootings were "confined to the parking lot and the area around his 2010 black BMW X5," police said.
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According to police, a black BMW X5 is associated with all three of his victims.
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"Homicide investigators determined he had one suspect who fled the black BMW X5 on foot," Lee said.
"The suspect was described as a man wearing a black hooded sweater, beige pants, and a dark baseball cap."
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The triple shooting is believed to be part of an ongoing gang and drug operation, according to IHIT.
On Friday 5 August, one person was detained after police executed a search warrant in a home near South Surrey Athletic Park in connection with a shooting investigation.
No charges have yet been filed.
If you have any potential information about the shooting, the victim, his black BMW X5, or the suspect, please contact IHIT at 1-877-551-4448.
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On July 30, the Surrey RCMP responded to reports of shootings in the South Surrey Athletic Park area.
When the police arrived, they found his three men suffering from obvious gunshot wounds.
Two of his men died shortly afterward and a third victim was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries, police said.
Global News asked IHIT for further comment.
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