Pro IQRA News Updates.
British Columbia police agencies have held a joint press conference to warn the public to stay away from 11 men they say are linked to multiple murders and shootings in the province.
“There is a high possibility that a rival gangster will target them with violence,” said CFSEU Asst. Cmdr. Manny Mann said the men listed are a risk to their friends and family, as well as those around them.
“We want British Columbians to know their faces,” he said.
Mann promised to seize their property, including their vehicles, to stop their alleged illegal activities.
The names on the list are:
- Shakiel Basra, 28
- Amarpreet Samra, 28
- Jagdeep Cheema, 30
- Ravnder Sarma, 35
- Barinder Dhaliwal, 39
- Andy St. Pierre, 40 years old
- Gurpreet Dhaliwal, 35
- Richard Joseph Whitlock, 40 years
- Samroop Gill, 29
- Sumdish Gill, 28
- Sukhdeep Pansal, 33
A Vancouver police spokeswoman said the province’s largest police department is working undercover to combat the problem, devoting significant resources to it and maintaining that they are not talking about details.
“I know it can be frustrating for them when they hear about incidents of violence in their community and feel unsafe,” Deputy Chief Fiona Wilson said.
He then described several arrests, some of which were carried out in coordination with other police agencies in connection with international cooperation.
BC RCMP Assistant Commissioner Will Ng said: “We are equally disturbed and disappointed to have to appear before you again to address a series of recent incidents involving drug trafficking and gang violence.” “I ask for your support and help.”
He said working with different police agencies is critical as gangsters move throughout the Lower Mainland and other areas.