Shooting in Maple Ridge

A man was airlifted to hospital after being shot on a property by 240th Street and Lougheed Highway in Maple Ridge.

  • Aug. 31, 2013 11:00 a.m.



Maple Ridge, B.C. – On August 31, 2013, at approximately 12:40 p.m., Ridge Meadows RCMP was called to a property east of 240 Street on Lougheed Highway. A male on the property reported to police that he had been shot.

The male was located, treated at the scene by British Columbia ambulance service, and subsequently transported by air ambulance to the hospital.

Ridge Meadows RCMP, along with the Emergency Response team, the general investigation section, and the Lower Mainland police dog service secured and searched the property where it was alleged the incident occurred. No one was located on the property.

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