Two women murdered in a car in Vancouver

The mystery still hovered in Vancouver on Monday, the day after the discovery of the bodies of two women who were shot and left in a car.

According to police, the bodies of the two victims, Shu-Min Wu and Ying Ying Sun, aged 50 and 39 respectively, were discovered around 8 a.m. Sunday. It was a neighbor of the crime scene who made the macabre discovery while taking a walk in the West Point Gray district, located in the west of the metropolis.

The two women were deliberately targeted, the police suggested, while remaining silent on the reasons that could explain this double feminicide.

According to neighbors, the murders could have been committed late Saturday evening. One witness told Global News that he saw a white BMW SUV at the crime scene around 11 p.m., while another heard gunshots.

“We just heard ‘pop, pop, pop, pop, pop’ and thought it was fireworks. And afterwards, we heard sirens and horns, but we thought it was a convoy,” an unidentified neighbor told Global News.

For a moment, the police feared they would find other victims in a nearby house, leading to a large deployment of heavily armed police, but this information turned out to be a false alarm.

The police have so far been stingy with details and have not released any other information on the first and second murders of the year on their territory.

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