Maple Ridge shooting victim determined by Integrated Homicide Investigation Staff (IHIT) – Peace Arch Information

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The Built-in Murder Investigation Workforce (IHIT) has identified the female who died in a double taking pictures inside of a residence in Maple Ridge.

IHIT said it is pinpointing the deceased woman as 35-year-aged Cashmere Ali, in hopes of advancing the investigation.

“We are doing work to identify witnesses that can drop some light on what led to this tragedy,” states Sergeant Timothy Pierotti of IHIT. “We are urging all associates of Ms. Ali to occur forward and communicate with law enforcement, as we work to acquire a timeline of situations.”

At this time, IHIT is not releasing the identify of the male survivor, out of respect for his privateness.

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On Friday, July 15 at 8:40 a.m., Ridge Meadows RCMP responded to a report of a girl and gentleman struggling from gunshot wounds at a residence in the 22600 block of 119 Avenue.

Officers on scene delivered unexpected emergency very first support to the female, who later succumbed to her accidents in healthcare facility.

The man endured non-lifetime threatening injuries.

IHIT has taken perform of the investigation and is performing in partnership with the Ridge Meadows RCMP, the BC Coroners Services and the RCMP Integrated Forensic Identification Segment (IFIS).

The taking pictures does not look to be random and there is no known risk to the public at this time, IHIT claimed.

IHIT is inquiring that any witnesses or anybody touring in the 22600 block of 119 Avenue, Maple Ridge, between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. with sprint cameras or who have any information about the homicide is asked to get in touch with the IHIT Data Line at 1-877-551-IHIT (4448) or by email at

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