More than a 12 months after a double murder in Duncan on Dec. 24, 2019, the Vancouver Island Integrated Major Crime Unit continues their investigation, and is once more asking for the general public’s help.
On Christmas Eve, 2019, simply earlier than 11 p.m., North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP had been referred to as to an assault within the space of Trunk Road and Canada Avenue.
Upon arrival, officers situated a person and girl, Fran Shurie and Nellie Williams, each of whom had been injured.
They had been transported to hospital the place Shurie succumbed to his accidents.
Williams in the end died from her accidents a number of days later in hospital.
“Since the beginning of the investigation, there were indicators this was a targeted attack, and it’s believed there is still no risk to the public,” says Sgt. Jason Kerr, performing non-commissioned officer in command of VIIMCU.
“The VIIMCU team has spent the last year gathering evidence, speaking with witnesses and pursuing persons of interest. They have not stopped following up on tips in this tragic event.”
Police are persevering with to induce anybody with data to come back ahead or name the VIIMCU’s data line at 250-380-6211.
“Your information could be the final necessary tip needed to bring justice to these two victims,” Kerr stated.