Canada Burnaby shooting may be linked to 2016 double homicide, kidnapping, say RCMP

21:10  12 july  2018
21:10  12 july  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

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a car parked in front of a house: Officers said the Wednesday-morning shooting was 'an isolated incident' and there is no sign the public is at risk. © Jon Hernandez/CBC Officers said the Wednesday-morning shooting was 'an isolated incident' and there is no sign the public is at risk.

Burnaby RCMP have confirmed they are investigating whether a shooting in a quiet  Burnaby neighbourhood is linked to a 2016 double homicide and kidnapping case.

O fficers responded to reports of a shooting in the 5200 block of Smith Avenue just before 4 a.m. PT Wednesday.

No one was injured but a home was hit by bullets, police said.

Officers called the shooting "an isolated incident" and said there is no sign the public is at risk.

"We take this extremely seriously," Burnaby RCMP Const . Charles Chan said Wednesday. "All of our resources and units have been engaged in this investigation."

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a close up of a flower garden in front of a house: New Westminster police conducted a painstaking search for evidence in the neighbourhood where suspects in an East Vancouver double murder were captured in 2016. © Belle Puri/CBC New Westminster police conducted a painstaking search for evidence in the neighbourhood where suspects in an East Vancouver double murder were captured in 2016.

Kidnapping led to 6 arrests

On Thursday,  Burnaby RCMP confirmed they are looking into whether this shooting is related to a two-year-old Vancouver kidnapping investigation that led to the arrest of six men.

At the time, police linked the arrests to a double homicide in which a man and a woman were found dead and an uninjured four-year-old child was found hiding in an East Vancouver home.

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