Four fugitives sought in Newton home invasion

NEWTON – Surrey RCMP is looking for four suspects in a targeted home invasion-style robbery and shooting in Newton last month that saw a neighbour get shot in the face.

It happened shortly after 1 a.m. Sept. 23rd, in the 7600-block of 146A Street when the robbers forced themselves into a basement suite.

"As the suspects fled, they fired several shots at a neighbour, one of which struck the victim in the face," Cpl. Bert Paquet said. "The victim of the shooting is expected to make a full recovery."

The suspects are Sean Jacob Jennings, 27, Peter Black Edmonds, 24, David Nguyen, 23, and Jason Suriyavong, 21.

Paquet said the suspects are originally from Alberta.

"Police believe that these suspects have relocated to the Lower Mainland and have been criminally active throughout the Greater Vancouver area."

Paquet said the four pose a "significant threat" to public safety and should be considered armed and dangerous.

"Members of the public are asked not to approach them," he said.

Police ask anyone with information to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502.

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