The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team has now released photos of the suspect in the Langley, B.C., shooting that left two people dead early Monday morning.
The suspect has been identified as 28-year-old Jordan Daniel Gaughan from Surrey.
Investigators said he was known to them but had “non-criminal contact”.
Homicide investigators have determined that Gaughan was wearing two different outfits and was driving a white Mazda four-door sedan at the time of the shooting.
They are hoping someone can recognize Gaughan or Carr and come forward with information about him or her activities.
Gauguin is described as six feet one inch tall and 68 kilograms with light brown hair and a light complexion. He was earlier wearing a black t-shirt and board shorts. He later changed into brown overalls and a short-sleeved camouflage T-shirt, police said.
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Investigators say the series of attacks spanned four different scenes over a six-hour period.
Two persons were shot dead. A woman remains in hospital in a critical condition and another man suffered life-threatening injuries.
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The names of the victims have not been released but others in the community have identified them as homeless.
RCMP on Monday responded to multiple reports of shots fired at multiple locations in the city of Langley, as well as a scene in the Township of Langley involving “transient” victims, according to an emergency alert issued at 6:20 a.m. were sent to the cell phones of nearby people. The public was asked to stay away from the area while a suspect in a white car fled.
Gaughan was eventually shot dead by the police. Investigators did not say Monday whether Gaughan also fired at them.
BC Police say they are committed to ensuring the safety of the public following the shootings.
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Homicide investigators are aware of an additional witness who has been identified and are determining if there are any other witnesses.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the IHIT Information Line at 1-877-551-IHIT (4448) or by email at email@example.com.
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