Man confirmed dead in Terrace area shooting

RCMP continue to look for a man in connection with incident

  • Sep. 14, 2013 2:00 p.m.

TERRACE RCMP have confirmed that a man is dead following a shooting in Thornhill this afternoon.

Terrace RCMP were called to Dobbie St. in Thornhill at approximately 1 pm this afternoon. Upon attending the location, RCMP located one deceased male and an injured female. Both had been shot.

The female victim was transported to Mills Memorial Hospital where she remains in stable condition.

“This investigation is in the early stages as police are still gathering information to determine the details of this shooting,” stated Cst. Lesley Smith, North District Media Relations Officer. “Further details are not available at this time, however an updated release will be provided once new information obtained”.

But police are looking for one man east of Terrace in the Kleanza Creek area and surroundings.

The search involves the area’s emergency response team. Ambulances are also on hand and the area’s serious crimes unit is also involved.



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