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Targeted shooting early Monday morning in White Rock

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 04 Dec, 2023 04:38 PM
  • Targeted shooting early Monday morning in White Rock

Mounties in White Rock confirm shots were fired in the city earlier today. No injuries were reported, but police say they suspect the shooting was targeted.

They say it happened in the area of Marine Drive and Terry Road.

Police are investigating a motive.

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