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Early Morning Shooting

Friday, April 29, 2016 @ 8:25 AM


Yellow Police tape  cordons off  scene of early  morning shooting – photo 250News

Prince George, B.C.-  One man is in hospital  following a shooting early this morning  in the parking lot  near 17th and Spruce Street in Prince George.

Prince George RCMP  were called to the scene  shortly after midnight  and  found  an adult male sufffering from  what appears to have been at least one gunshot wound.

Officers began first aid until medical first responders arrived on scene.  The victim was transported to hospital for treatment.

The Prince George RCMP’s Major Crime Section has been called in and are now leading the investigation. RCMP are asking the public to avoid the area around 17th Avenue and Spruce street, although Police  do not believe there is a risk to the public.

The investigation into this targeted crime is in the beginning stages. More details may be released as they come available.



2 blocks down. 17th and Upland.

    “near 17th and Spruce Street ” :)

Can we do some gun training and make these wannabe gangsters expert marksmen? If they could shoot then there would be less chance of an innocent bystander being hit and maybe they would do the job properly so we wouldn’t have any more “recovering in hospital, known to police, will not cooperate” situations. Its a win – win.

    You want the government to spend money on gun training for criminals for the purpose of increasing homicides? Maybe you’re joking. Or maybe your elevator doesn’t go all the way to the top floor.

    Hey, I know a couple guys besides myself that will do that for free!

Speaking of gun training, I just saw pretty boy in Ottawa expressing condolences to family of a Canadian murdered in the Philippines by the Islamonazis. That little wimp is only outraged. If he was really outraged like most Canadians he’d send down a couple planeloads of our special forces guys with a few snipers to help out our friends in the islands. Show the world you can’t murder a man because he’s a Canadian.

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