Range Rover riddled with bullets at Langley gas station in gangland-style homicide
UPDATE: May 17 — The victim in the homicide has been identified as 31-year-old Amanjot Singh Hans, a Surrey resident. Police are still seeking dashcam video from drivers who were on 72 Avenue between 232 Street and Highway 10 on Tuesday night, between 8 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
A Range Rover was left riddled with bullets at a Langley gas station after what’s believed to be a gangland-style murder on Tuesday night.
The high-end SUV was found at a gas station at 232nd Street and 72nd Avenue, just off the freeway at about 9 p.m.
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Meanwhile, the burned-out shell of a dark-coloured Didge pickup truck was found about 10 kilometres away, at the intersection of 196 Street and 83rd Avenue — this type of incident has been seen following similar crime scenes of this nature.
At least one person was rushed to hospital but police say the man did not survive.
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According to The Integrated Homicide Team (IHIT), the man shot dead was known to police but did not have a criminal record.
They are asking anyone with dash cam video who was travelling along 72 Avenue, between 232 St and Highway 10 around that time to contact them.
“If you were travelling that route and you have dash cam video or if you were just travelling and saw something suspicious or heard something suspicious I urge you to please come forward and speak with IHIT,” said Cpl. Frank Jang.
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