Yesterday (Monday), the murder of two Chinese women in Piont Grey, the “rich area” in Vancouver’s west district, was reported by domestic and foreign media, causing a sensation among Chinese people around the world.
At 8 a.m. on the 20th (Sunday), at the intersection of West 8th Street (West 8th Avenue and Discovery Street) in Vancouver, a resident living in the area was walking to the vicinity of the house at 4306 W8th Avenue when he suddenly found the road. Two people were shot dead in a white BMW next to the car!
Later, the police confirmed that they were 50-year-old Wu Shumin (transliteration, Shu-Min Wu) and 39-year-old Sun Yinyin (transliteration, Ying Ying Sun).
Police later conducted a carpet search of the home at 4306 W8th Avenue.
The victim, Wu, is said to be the owner of the house.
As of press time, Vancouver police have not released any details of the case, nor have they disclosed any new developments.
Police are said to have moved into a behind-the-scenes investigation following a massive operation yesterday.
Police spokesman Addison (Addison) said the relationship between the two victims is still unclear, and it is too early to discuss the motive for the murder, but it is believed that the case is targeted. Police have made no arrests so far.
However, some reporters visited the local community and learned some “insiders” from the neighbors around the crime site.
According to the “Sing Tao” report, a local white woman said she was very shocked by the murder in this quiet and wealthy community.
The woman said the community is safe and secure, and she walks in West Grey Point Park almost every night and has never felt anything out of the ordinary, let alone a disturbing incident.
The woman revealed that she did not go out as usual for some reason last Saturday night, during which she heard four gunshots at her home.
Another Chinese-American female neighbor who lives not far from the park said that she also seemed to hear gunshots when she was washing dishes at home.
She also knew that the victim’s female owner was from Fujian, China.
Later, a woman named Fiona revealed more detailed information. The woman is currently studying at Langara College.
The woman said that she knew the victim’s female house owner and worked as a helper in the family about five or six years ago.
She confirmed that the female owner is from Jinjiang, Fujian. She is very careful about safety and cautious when going in and out. In addition to having a big dog, surveillance cameras are installed around the house.
She also pointed out that the female owner herself did not like BMW cars and thought it was “too low-end”. The reason why the female owner died in the BMW was probably because of misfortune when she went home in a friend’s car.
An elderly couple who lived in a bungalow across the back alley for 50 years confirmed the victim’s claim that there was a large dog in the house.
The elderly couple said that although they sometimes greeted each other, they didn’t actually know each other. However, the old couple had a bad impression of the two vicious dogs.
And one dog walker said she was aware the city had complaints about the two large dogs.
She said the big dog terrified passing children.
In fact, it can be seen at the scene that all entrances and exits of the house are posted with “Beware of dog” signs.
In addition, according to people familiar with the matter, the two victims are relatively well-known people in the Chinese circle.
Among them, Wu is a rich woman and a consultant to the Vancouver Fujian Quanzhou Association. She has assets of over 100 million in Canada alone.
Sun is a well-known female football player for a domestic provincial team. According to the investigation, he has a number of traffic violation tickets on his back.
People familiar with the matter also speculated that the case may be related to a love murder or an underground casino.
The above information has not been officially confirmed.
On Chinese social media, netizens speculated.
Of course, these are just speculations of “Sherlock Holmes” on the Internet, and there is no real evidence.
I hope that the Vancouver police will be able to do more to detect the murder case as soon as possible, strengthen public security management, and restore a safe and stable community to the residents.