Surrey: RCMP is investigating two separate incidents reported in the Whalley area on Sunday evening that left two victims with injuries.
According to the Surrey RCMP, officers responded to the report of a stabbing near King George Boulevard and Bentley Road on April 30 just before 6:00 pm.
The 24-year-old victim was transported to hospital with life-threatening injuries and has since been stabilized.
“Based on initial information, it appears that multiple male suspects arrived in a taxi and confronted the victim who was subsequently stabbed,” said Corporal Vanessa Munn,
Surrey RCMP Media Relations Unit.
“Although the motive of this incident is unknown, the victim appears to have been targeted and was previously stabbed two weeks ago (April 15) in an incident onboard a Skytrain travelling through Surrey,” she added.
After two hours, Surrey RCMP responded to a residential driveway located in the 10700-block of City Parkway at approximately 8:00 pm after receiving reports of a shooting.
Upon arrival, police attended and located a 36-year-old male victim suffering from non-life-threatening injuries.
“Three male suspects were seen fleeing the area on foot, but despite police efforts, were not located. The motive for the shooting has yet to be determined, however the victim is known to police,” the Surrey RCMP said in a press release.