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Targeted or not, daylight shooting rattles residents
Residents of Ottawa's Hunt Club Park neighbourhood are taking cold comfort in the knowledge that Wednesday's fatal shooting was "targeted," and are calling for more police resources to help reduce gun violence in the area.
Ottawa police have identified Ashor Anwia, 24, as the victim of the shooting, which occurred near the intersection of Blohm Drive and Woodbury Cresent, near Robert Bateman Public School and Elizabeth Manley Park. Officers were called to the scene around 2:45 p.m. after receiving multiple reports of gunshots.
Police described the shooting as targeted, and said there's no ongoing threat to public safety. But Paul Norris, president of the Hunt Club Park Community Association, said that does little to ease fears in the neighbourhood.
CBC November 29, 2019
Tell me something I didn't know
A shooting might be a killer shot,
whether it's day light or night light?
Since this story was posted, a couple more shootings have been reported!!!