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CanadaMan killed in 'brazen' shooting at Langley McDonald's

01:05  12 september  2019
01:05  12 september  2019 Source:   vancouversun.com

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+ One person is dead after a shooting in Aldergrove Tuesday night. Global News. Police converged outside a McDonald ’ s restaurant at 56th Avenue and 264th Street at around 8 p.m. Global News. Langley RCMP say arriving officers found a body of a person shot dead

10 On Your Side's Erin Kelly reports live from McDonald ' s in Ahoskie.

Police say a deadly shooting around dinnertime in a McDonald’s restaurant in Langley was “brazen” and a threat to public safety.

The RCMP were called Tuesday evening to multiple reports of a shooting at the restaurant in the Aldergrove suburb.

Officers found a man in his 30s with gunshot wounds outside the restaurant where he was pronounced dead.

About 30 minutes later, police in the neighbouring city of Abbotsford say they received a report of a black SUV on fire that investigators believe is connected to the shooting death.

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Keon Tyvelle Harrell was killed and two others went to the hospital with gunshot wounds, following an early morning shooting at a McDonald ' s parking lot in

McDonald ' s Shooting Kills Man . By the associated press aug. Leaving behind a videotape that praised serial killers and said the world had done him wrong, a man opened fire today in a McDonald ' s restaurant here, killing one person and wounding two before killing himself, the police

A statement from the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says the victim, who was known to police, was targeted and the shooting has ties to gang activity.

Sgt. Frank Jang said the shooting at a busy restaurant at 8 p.m. was reckless.

Man killed in 'brazen' shooting at Langley McDonald's© SHANE MacKICHAN One person was killed in a shooting in Langley late Tuesday. RCMP in Langley confirm shots were fired and say a victim was found dead at the entrance to a McDonald’s restaurant in the Aldergrove community at about 8 p.m.

“It just speaks to brazenness of these people, the recklessness. I’m sure these people, they don’t give a damn about our safety, yours or mine, and that’s concerning to us. So we’re doing our absolute best to find these people and bring them in,” he said on Wednesday.

In a statement, Jang said: “This was a brazen shooting in a public space and we are fortunate that no one else was hurt.”

RCMP Supt. Murray Power says police would expect “absolute outrage” from the community.

“No grievance between two individuals justifies this level of risk to the community,” he said in a news release. “We will provide any and all necessary support to (the homicide team) in their investigation and continue in our collective effort with our many partners to target the ongoing gang conflict.”

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