Surrey shooting: Family says home targeted for no apparent reason


Shawn Crawford stays shaken to his core days after his household was woken as much as gunfire directed at their Surrey, B.C., home in the midst of the night time.

Crawford informed CTV News everybody in the home was sleeping – his spouse, their three kids and his 91-year-old mother – when the photographs rang out simply after midnight Tuesday close to 127 Street and 27A Avenue.

He awoke to search out the property plagued by bullet holes within the partitions, home windows, the storage doorways and a rubbish bin.

His message to these accountable: “I do not know who you are trying for, however you bought the improper home.”

“We’re a boring soccer household,” Crawford mentioned, struggling to take care of his composure. “We’re probably the most boring household you may ever discover. Nothing thrilling. Soccer on Saturdays.”

Fortunately, no one was injured. Crawford mentioned one of many bullets did zip previous his canine, who was sleeping within the storage on the time.

“It went proper by means of her meals tray,” he added.

The incident has left Crawford feeling unsafe in his personal home. He informed CTV News he is unsure why he or any of his neighbours would have been targeted with gunfire.

“Our neighbours are nice. We know everyone round right here,” Crawford mentioned. “Is that what it is come all the way down to? Just a random home, let’s shoot it up and unload all these bullets? I do not even have phrases.”

Surrey RCMP are investigating what occurred, however have but to find out what might need introduced the shooter or shooters to the world.

Authorities confirmed Crawford and his household will not be recognized to legislation enforcement.

The RCMP mentioned investigators have been working to acquire surveillance video within the hopes of figuring out a suspect car. Cpl. Vanessa Munn requested anybody with video that may assist push the case ahead to contact the Surrey detachment at 604-599-0502.

With information from CTV News Vancouver’s Scott Connorton 


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