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VPD asks for public’s help in homicide investigation

Vancouver Police are looking for dashcam video from the public in a new area of interest related to the murder of Iqubal Grewal last week.

“Investigators are making progress in this case and are thankful for the video they have received from the public so far,” says Constable Tania Visintin, VPD. “Their investigation has led them to ask for additional video in a new area.”

Police are asking for drivers to come forward with dashcam video from September 16, captured between 7 and 8 p.m., in the area of Westminster Highway between Knight Street and Nelson Road in Richmond.

Twenty-three year-old Grewal was murdered on September 16. He was found shot dead in front of a house near Knight Street and East 64th Avenue. Police believe his murder is related to gang activity.

Police have determined, and previously indicated, that a burned out GMC Terrain found in Richmond, shortly after the murder, is related to the case.

Anyone with additional information or dashcam video from the specified area at the specified time, is asked to call investigators at 604-717-2500.