Surrey RCMP investigating double shooting

Police have identified one victim — a Surrey man in his early 20s - but still don't know who the other victim is.

Surrey RCMP have no motive yet in double shooting

SURREY — Surrey Mounties have not yet identified any suspects or a motive for a shooting this past weekend that landed two men in hospital with serious injuries.

Police have identified one victim — a Surrey man in his early 20s – but still don’t know who the other victim is.

Both remain in hospital, one with life-threatening injuries. The pair were dropped off at a local hospital, suffering from gunshot wounds, shortly before 11 p.m. Saturday.

“The details of this incident are still being determined,” said Surrey RCMP Staff Sgt. Blair McColl. “The motive for this shooting is not known at this time. There have been no arrests to this time.”

Surrey RCMP’s Major Crime Unit is investigating.

Police ask anyone with information about these shootings to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604599-0502.

tom.zytaruk@thenownewspaper.com

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