Who are Shu-Min Wu and Ying Ying Sun? Vancouver Police Investigate Double Homicide In Point Grey Neighbourhood, Suspect Name!; Two ladies have been shot dead of their automotive in Vancouver’s upscale West Point Grey neighbourhood on Sunday, police have confirmed, in what officers described as “targeted murders.”
Vancouver police are investigating the deaths of two ladies within the Gray group of West Point in a double murder.
Police confirmed Sunday evening that two ladies have been shot dead in a car close to West Eighth Avenue and Discovery Street.
According to police, the our bodies have been discovered by a passerby who was out for a stroll shortly after 8 a.m. Shots are thought-about to be focused.
Vancouver police remained silent in regards to the incident for many of Sunday, saying it was to guard the integrity of the investigation.
“It’s very early in the investigation. We must protect the integrity of the investigation and our officers are gathering evidence,” Sgt. Steve Addison mentioned.
Police have recognized the victims as Shu-Min Wu, 50, and Ying Ying Sun, 39
What seemed to be members of the VPD emergency response group approached a home behind a police cordon with lengthy weapons on Sunday morning.
Vancouver police mentioned Sunday evening that the ERT was briefly deployed to look a house close to the scene as a result of investigators feared there is perhaps different victims inside.
Other officers have been seen dusting off a white BMW SUV, which was partially coated in a tarpaulin, in the hunt for fingerprints.
A white crime scene tent was additionally arrange in the midst of the road.
A neighbor mentioned he parked his white BMW SUV on the similar spot round 11 p.m. On Saturday evening, the lights have been on and there have been individuals inside. Another neighbor mentioned he heard a number of loud bangs nearly concurrently.
“We just heard ‘pop, pop, pop, pop’ and thought it was fireworks. Then we heard a few sirens and horns, but we just thought it was a convoy,” they mentioned.
“It’s a very quiet area, so it’s not what we expected.”
The two murders are Vancouver’s first and second in 2022.
Anyone with data or dashcam video ought to contact Homicide at 604-717-2500.