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Targeted Double Shooting In Vancouver: Pregnant Woman Among Victims, Police Searching For Suspects

The Canadian Press, 18 May, 2018 12:58 PM
    VANCOUVER — Two people have been taken to hospital in Vancouver following a double shooting.
     
     
    Vancouver police Const. Jason Doucette says the attack occurred just before 6 a.m.
     
     
    He says the incident is targeted but did not release any information about the victims.
     
     
    It happened in a residence on a street not far from the Pacific Central train station at the east end of False Creek.
     
     
    No arrests have been made.

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