Vancouver police release more evidence on anniversary of shooting that killed innocent teen

One year after a brazen shooting in Vancouver that claimed two lives, including an innocent teenage boy, Vancouver police are releasing new evidence in the hopes of catching the shooter.

Fifteen-year-old Alfred Wong was shot in the backseat of his parents’ car as it was driving down East Broadway near Ontario Street at the time of the shooting on Jan. 13, 2018.

Wong was rushed to hospital in critical condition, but later died of his injuries.

The Coquitlam teen and his parents had been enjoying dinner in Vancouver and were heading back home at the time of the shooting.

Kevin Whiteside, a 23-year-old Vancouver man and suspected gang target, was also fatally shot near the intersection.

Vancouver police said in a release Friday that they intended to provide an update on the investigation and release new evidence, including showing a vehicle that they say was involved in the incident.

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