Surrey murder sufferer recognized, suspect sought: IHIT


VANCOUVER – Investigators have recognized the 30-year-old sufferer of a current Surrey murder as they proceed to hunt witness and find a suspect.

Shortly earlier than 5 p.m. on Nov. 11, Mounties had been referred to as to a house on 124 Avenue close to Outdated Yale Highway the place they discovered Andrew Baldwin unresponsive and with important accidents. He was taken to hospital the place he was pronounced lifeless.

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His demise was believed to be a murder and the Built-in Murder Investigation Crew has since taken over. 

On the time, the police canine service was introduced in to search for a suspect who was seen carrying a darkish hooded sweatshirt and darkish pants with reflective materials across the pant leg. 

“We urge anybody with particulars of Andrew Baldwin’s actions earlier than his unlucky demise, to come back ahead and converse to investigators,” mentioned Sgt. Frank Jang of IHIT in a information launch. 

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“We additionally urge any witnesses and drivers with sprint cam video who had been within the space of Outdated Yale and Scott Highway to contact us, so we are able to in the end decide these accountable.”

Investigators say they’re nonetheless working to find out a motive.

Anybody with info is requested to contact IHIT at 1-877-551-4448 or Crime Stoppers to stay nameless.  

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