Four men seriously injured in shooting

White Rock

2024-02-22 10:47 PST

File # 2024-851

Four men are in serious condition after an early morning shooting in White Rock.

On February 22, 2024, at approximately 12:25 a.m., the White Rock RCMP responded to multiple reports of shots fired and a vehicle collision in the area of Roper Avenue and Lee Street. Police located four men suffering serious injuries who were given immediate medical intervention by responding officers. All four men have since been taken to local area hospitals. The suspect vehicle fled the scene and a vehicle fire was reported in Surrey shortly after, however, the investigation to determine whether the two events are linked is ongoing. White Rock RCMP is being supported by Lower Mainland District Integrated Police Dog Services and Integrated Forensic Identification Services, as well as the Surrey RCMP and the Surrey Police Service to advance the investigation.

This incident appears to be targeted and there is no ongoing risk to public safety in the area at this time, said Constable Chantal Sears, White Rock RCMP. The investigation is in the early stages and our General Investigations Unit has been engaged.

The 15600 block of Roper Avenue is shut down in all directions so motorists are asked to find an alternate route. Police are on scene conducting the investigation but also in the area to assist students with getting to school safely.

If you have any information including CCTV and dash camera footage, please contact the White Rock RCMP at 778-545-4800 and quote file 2024-851.

Released by

Cst. Chantal Sears

Media Relation Officer
White Rock RCMP
15299 Pacific Ave. White Rock BC V4B 1R1
Office: 778-545-4788
Fax: 778-545-5192

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