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28 year old shot in South Surrey identified as Yuvraj Goyal

Darpan News Desk IHIT, 10 Jun, 2024 03:44 PM
  • 28 year old shot in South Surrey identified as Yuvraj Goyal

According to IHIT, 28-year-old Yuvraj Goyal, who was shot to death in South Surrey on Friday, had no history of police contact.  

The Surrey RCMP received a call of a shooting in a the 900-block of 164 Street.

He was employed at car dealership in Surrey.  Goyal came to Canada nearly 6 years ago as an International student. 

Police arrested four suspects -- 23-year-old Manvir Basram of Surrey, 20-year-old Sahib Basra of Surrey, 23-year-old Harkirat Jhutty of Surrey, and 20-year-old Keilon Francois of Ontario -- shortly after the shooting. They have been charged with first-degree murder. 

While initial evidence suggests it was a "targeted shooting", investigators are working to determine the reason that Goyal, a 28-year old community member with no history of police contact, was killed.

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