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Man injured after Thursday early morning shooting in Cloverdale

Darpan News Desk Surrey RCMP, 15 Sep, 2022 09:40 AM
  • Man injured after Thursday early morning shooting in Cloverdale

Surrey RCMP is investigating after a man was located with injuries outside a residence in the Cloverdale area.

On Thursday, at approximately 5:30 am, police received a 911 call indicating a man was injured in the 5800 block of Angus Place.

Upon arrival they found a 35-year-old male suffering from injuries consistent with a gunshot wound.

The victim was provided life saving measures, and was transported to hospital with serious injuries, not considered to be life-threatening.

Police will be in the area looking for dash cam or CCTV footage to further the investigation.

At this early stage of the investigation, investigators do not have information about a possible motive or description of suspect/(s) or vehicles involved.

Anyone with information about this incident or who may have dash-cam/CCTV footage in this area is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP.

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