Police name victims in South Surrey triple shooting; 1 person currently detained – B.C.

A brazen public shooting in South Surrey that left two dead has been investigated by the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team since the incident on July 30.

Police now name the three victims but do not specify which victims died.

“IHIT identifies the victims as Harbir Khosa, 26, Robeen Soreni, 20, and Jordan Krishna, 19,” said Sgt. said David Lee.

“Both Khosa and Krishna are known to police and all three victims are from Surrey.”

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Investigators hope that releasing the names of the victims will help the investigation move forward.

The triple shooting “was limited to a parking lot and around a black 2010 BMW X5,” police said.

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The black BMW X5 is linked to the three victims, police say.

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Police also gave a description of the suspect they believe was responsible for the triple shooting.

“Homicide investigators determined there was only one suspected shooter, who fled on foot from the black BMW X5,” Lee said.

“The suspect was described as a male wearing a dark hoodie, tan pants and a dark colored baseball cap.”

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The triple shootings are now believed to be part of ongoing gang and drug activity, according to IHIT.

On Friday August 5, police executed a search warrant at a house near South Surrey Athletic Park, as part of the investigation into the shooting, and one person was arrested.

No charges have yet been laid.

Anyone with potential information regarding the shooting, the victims, the black BMW X5 or the suspect is asked to contact IHIT at 1-877-551-4448.

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On July 30, Surrey RCMP responded to a report of gunfire in the South Surrey Athletic Park area.

When officers arrived, they found three men in medical distress, apparently suffering from gunshot wounds.

Two of the men died shortly afterwards and the third victim was transported with life-threatening injuries, police said.

Global News has contacted IHIT for further comment.


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