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Targeted shooting in Kamloops

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 04 Jul, 2024 04:30 PM
  • Targeted shooting in Kamloops

Kamloops R-C-M-P say a 40-year-old man known to police has suffered serious, but non-life-threatening injuries after a targeted shooting that officers believe to be gang-related.

Police say it happened last night in the 170 block of Tranquille Road.

They found the injured man and a vehicle in the river.

Officers also recovered a burned Audi and a burned out B-M-W in two nearby locations, and police believe they are related to the shooting.

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