Man dead following shooting in Surrey

IHIT investigate Surrey’s 50th shooting of the year
WATCH: One man is dead after being found injured in Whalley last night. As Julia Foy reports, the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team is on scene at the fiftieth shooting of the year in Surrey.

Homicide investigators are on the scene in Surrey after a man died following reports of gunfire.

The victim has been identified as 27-year-old Sean Christopher Kelly.

Surrey RCMP found him in the 13900-block of Antrim Road on Sunday night.

Emergency services rushed Kelly to hospital but he died of his injuries.

The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) is now investigating.

They believe the shooting may have been targeted.

The area around the incident is still closed at this time.

“That’s sad,” said one neighbour. “That’s scary. When we come to know about such things it does give you a sense of [concern].”

Anyone who may have seen anything or has information is asked to call the IHIT Information line at 1-877-551-4448.

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There have already been more than 50 shootings in Surrey this year.

Last weekend a man was shot and killed in his driveway in a case of mistaken identity. A motive for this attack has not yet been established.