IHIT identifies lady killed in Maple Ridge capturing

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Loss of life-Lead to Of Dying – Obituary

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Murder investigators have publicly discovered the 35-year-outdated girl killed in a taking pictures in Maple Ridge Friday early morning.

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Cashmere Ali was taken to healthcare facility after the shooting at a house close to 226 Road and 119 Avenue about 8:40 a.m., but she died from her accidents.

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The Lower Mainland’s Built-in Homicide Investigation Team shared her name and photograph in a information release Saturday afternoon.

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Ali was just one of two people today officers observed suffering from gunshot wounds when they arrived at the scene. The other man or woman, a gentleman who has not been named publicly, endured non-everyday living-threatening accidents, according to police.

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IHIT said the shooting “does not seem to be random” and added that there is “no regarded possibility to the general public” as a outcome of the incident.

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“We are operating to identify witnesses that can lose some light on what led to this tragedy,” mentioned IHIT spokesperson Sgt. Timothy Pierotti, in the launch.

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“We are urging all associates of Ms. Ali to come forward and discuss with police, as we perform to create a timeline of activities.”

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Any individual who was travelling in the 22600 block of 119 Avenue between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. and has dash cam movie or any other info with regards to the shooting ought to call IHIT, police stated.

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Tips can be provided by telephone at 877-551-4448 or by e mail at ihitinfo@rcmp-grc.gc.ca