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Targeted shooting in Downtown Vancouver

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 01 Apr, 2024 09:46 AM
  • Targeted shooting in Downtown Vancouver

Police say a shooting in downtown Vancouver Saturday night appears to have been targeted. 

The city's police department says multiple witnesses began calling 9-1-1 around 5:40 p-m, after shots were fired near Richards and Robson streets.

While evidence indicates the shooting was targeted, police say there are no known injuries and no arrests have been made.

They're asking anyone with information to call investigators with the major crime section

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