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Surrey Mounties were looking for 18-year-old Carla Wallace who had been missing for more than two weeks after last being seen in Whalley.
A car struck a female pedestrian in the 9500-block of King George Boulevard.
The $500K annually would help Surrey's anti-gang Wraparound program, opposition leader John Horgan says. Liberal MLA Amrik Virk responds.
Suspect is alleged to have attacked a woman in the 13300-block of 68th Avenue physically and sexually while threatening to kill her.
Police say video taken "seconds prior" to the fatal shooting of Birinderjeet Justin Bhangu, 29, killed on Monday.
Surrey RCMP investigating how the envelope containing powder got into the mailroom
Surrey-based IIO was set up in 2012 with the aim of keeping police accountable in cases involving in-custody deaths and serious injuries.
Police are looking for a dark coloured Nissan Pathfinder that took off from the scene.
Surrey Central is one of seven Expo Line SkyTrain stations to see upgrades.
Strategic Research poll says 79 per cent want this and 77 per cent want the province to invest more in post-secondary education.
Surrey’s universities are working hard to create more spaces for students in B.C.’s fastest growing city
The $33.5 million project, which got underway in Sept. 2016, is expected to be finished next year.
"There is no risk to the public," Sergeant Alanna Dunlop said.
The victim, age 36, was pronounced dead at the scene, in the 180000-block of Fraser Highway.
The fire happened at about 3:30 a.m., in the 9600-block of 154th Street. Investigators are trying to determine the cause.
They are in custody while a woman has been released on bail.
The case centered on a break-in at a bottle depot in Aldergrove in 2014.
Provincial budget could be moot if Liberals aren't re-elected to government May 9. Still it's received plenty of roses and rotten tomatoes.
"No matter what, we're not taking the videos down," Ryan LaForge told the Now. "That would defeat the whole purpose of what we're doing."
Police have obtained a video "showing a male pouring a liquid, believed to be some type of accelerant, onto the vehicle and igniting it."