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Man convicted of manslaughter in ‘random’ shooting of Surrey man Pritpal Singh

The scene of Pritpal Singh's shooting death in 2020. Global News

The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says a B.C. Supreme Court judge has convicted a man in the shooting death of Pritpal Singh in Surrey, B.C.

Robert Tomljenovic was charged with second-degree murder and robbery with a firearm after Singh’s death in April 2020.

Read more: Charges laid in fatal shooting of 21-year-old in Surrey

The homicide team says in a news release that Tomljenovic was convicted by the court on Thursday of robbery and a lesser charge of manslaughter.

Police said at the time when charges were laid they believed the shooting was targeted, but RCMP later said it was a random shooting.

Singh was 21 years old.

Tomljenovic will be sentenced at a later date.

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