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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
  • BC's anti-gang task force issues a public safety warning about 11 men with ties to gangs

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. 

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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