Adult male found dead in east Vancouver Thursday evening
On Thursday (Oct. 20) at about 7 p.m., Vancouver Police responded to a disturbance with a weapon in the area of Mill Plain Blvd. and Chkalov Drive.
Upon arrival officers discover an adult female with a gunshot wound to the hand. Officers also found an adult male deceased. The female was transported to the hospital for treatment.
Members of the Major Crimes Unit responded and the incident is under investigation. There are no further details available at this time.
Information provided by Vancouver Police Department.
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