Deaths of four in Richmond, B.C., believed to be a murder-suicide, police say

2022-01-29 12:41:00 AM

Deaths of four in Richmond, B.C., believed to be a murder-suicide, police say

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Deaths of four in Richmond, B.C., believed to be a murder-suicide, police say

The four deceased in a targeted shooting in Richmond, B.C., were all members of the same family

Homicide investigators say they believe the targeted shooting that left four people dead in a Richmond, B.C., home was a murder-suicide.The victims were all members of the same family and include a 71-year-old father, a 58-year-old mother, their 23-year-old son and a daughter, aged 21.

Sgt. David Lee of the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says the shootings do not appear to be a case of partner violence and that the son had a firearms licence and access to weapons.Lee says investigators are looking through journals and social media posts to see if they can determine a possible motive for the deaths.

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C., home was a murder-suicide., were from the same family. The victims were all members of the same family and include a 71-year-old father, a 58-year-old mother, their 23-year-old son and a daughter, aged 21. A statement from the Health Ministry also says 90 per cent of people 12 and older have received their second shot. Sgt. David Lee of the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says the identities of the four people aren’t yet being released. David Lee of the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says the shootings do not appear to be a case of partner violence and that the son had a firearms licence and access to weapons. Steve Shand is accused of human smuggling after seven people were picked up just south of the U.

Lee says investigators are looking through journals and social media posts to see if they can determine a possible motive for the deaths. Lee says investigators have confirmed that the shooting was an isolated incident and no one else was involved. The Health Ministry says 13 more people have died, bringing the death toll to 2,588 since the pandemic began. The shootings were discovered Tuesday after a neighbour called police to report that the lights in the home had been left on for an unusual amount of time. Police have said they believe the shooting happened Monday evening. The two men and two women were found in the home Tuesday, although police have said they believed the shootings happened on Monday evening. Lee says investigators are still interviewing witnesses and are asking anyone who was in the area on Jan.. 24 or has information to contact the homicide team. Our Morning Update and Evening Update newsletters are written by Globe editors, giving you a concise summary of the day’s most important headlines. (Steve Shand/Facebook) He was released from custody on Monday .

“We’re combing through evidence. It’s difficult to determine how much we have.” He says determining who was the shooter through firearms ballistics could take weeks, if not months. “At this stage, preliminary findings suggest that one of the family members was the shooter,” police say in a news release. “(Homicide) investigators have followed the evidence, starting with a search warrant without presumptions on motive or responsibility. "A lot of smugglers will give the false pretence that it's safe and easy to cross unlawfully," said Jamie Holt, acting special agent in charge of U.

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