51-year-old woman stabbed in Vancouver’s 3rd homicide of 2022

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Vancouver police are investigating the first and second murders of 2022. Two women were shot in a vehicle in one of the city's most desirable neighbourhoods. Their murders shattered the early long weekend calm. Andrea Macpherson report. – Feb 21, 2022

A 51-year-old woman has been found dead in what Vancouver police is calling the city’s third homicide of the year.

The woman was found inside a Mount Pleasant apartment Sunday morning, according to police, after they investigated a disturbance inside a building near Ontario Street and First Avenue.

Around 2:30 a.m., they arrived and found the woman suffering from fatal stab wounds. She died at the scene.

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A 51-year-old man has been arrested and investigators believe the suspect and victim knew each other.

The investigation is ongoing and charges have not yet been laid.

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Meanwhile, Vancouver police are still investigating the deaths of Wu Shumin and Sun Yingying, found shot and killed in a car in February in a quiet Point Grey neighbourhood.

B.C. Attorney General David Eby, who represents the Point Grey riding, told Global News he is aware “of allegations of organized crime involvement” in the double-homicide, but he said he cannot comment on police investigations.

“The brutal shootings of two women in my otherwise peaceful and quiet home community came as a shock to many of my neighbours and friends, and certainly to me,” Eby stated.

— With files from Sam Cooper

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