In the small canadian town Penticton (British Columbia) were killed on Monday, four people shots. According to police, they were victims of a targeted attack. The police arrested a 60-year-old man.
Four Dead in three places within a Radius of a few kilometers – so Pentictons police inspector Ted De Jager summed up the fact. The police have just inspected the first crime scene, when a 60-year-old man have put on a guard and arrested. Later, two more bodies had been found.
“It's not random. This isn't somebody walking down the street with a rifle,” Supt. Ted De Jager, calling the four murders “very targeted."#Penticton RCMP says all four victims in the shooting spree were known to the alleged shooter. @ccdacre reports: https://t.co/9RBT4ud55V pic.twitter.com/UlWEE4AHO9— Alanna Kelly (@AlannaCKelly) 16. April 2019
The motive for the fatal shots was initially unclear. According to media reports, are said to have the four victims and the alleged perpetrator knew. Penticton has close to 34'000 inhabitants and is located in the province of British Columbia. (fal/afp)
Created: 16.04.2019, 11:33 PM