Woman, 32, identified as North Vancouver daytime shooting victim

The woman on life support is 32-year-old Ngoc Mai (Anita) Nguyen

Homicide investigators have released the name of the woman gunned down in North Vancouver, as they continue to look for the shooter.

The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team have identified her as 32-year-old Ngoc Mai (Anita) Nguyen.

Nguyen was taken to hospital following the daytime shooting in the 1100-block of Lonsdale Avenue on Tuesday. Police said she was placed on life support with “non-survivable” injuries.

READ MORE: Woman in hospital after mid-day shooting in North Vancouver

Investigators believe this was a targeted incident, but they are still working to determine a motive.

Anyone with information is asked to call IHIT’s information line at 1-877-551-4448, or Crime Stoppers.


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