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Targeted shooting in Penticton

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 13 Jun, 2024 10:32 AM
  • Targeted shooting in Penticton

Mounties in Penticton are asking for the public's help after a man was shot in the leg.

They say officers responded to the call around 7 a-m yesterday, and the victim was brought to hospital.

R-C-M-P say the man is in stable condition but is receiving ongoing treatment for a serious injury. 

They say the incident appears to be targeted but are asking anyone with information to reach out to police.

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