BC's anti-gang task force issues a public safety warning about 11 men with ties to gangs
Darpan News Desk CFSEU-BC, 03 Aug, 2022 06:13 PM
The CFSEU-BC has in partnership with the Vancouver Police Department and BC RCMP have issued a warning regarding 11 men with links to gangs. These men pose a serious threat to public safety.
A public safety warning has been issuing in partnership with @VancouverPD@BCRCMP identifying 11 individuals who pose a significant threat to public safety due to their ongoing involvement in gang conflicts and connection to extreme levels of violence #endganglifepic.twitter.com/Nt57E3SVmz
Majority of these men have been identified of South Asian heritage and are in the age range of 20s-30s.
The names on the list are:
Shakiel Basra, 28
Amarpreet Samra, 28
Jagdeep Cheema, 30
Ravnder Sarma, 35
Barinder Dhaliwal, 39
Andy St. Pierre, 40
Gurpreet Dhaliwal, 35
Richard Joseph Whitlock, 40
Samroop Gill, 29
Sumdish Gill, 28
Sukhdeep Pansal, 33
The anti-gang task force wants the faces of these criminals to be seen. The CFSEU-BC further adds that these gangsters are transient so it is of vital importance that the anti-gang task force collaborate with other agencies.
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