Urgent Call for Witnesses in Winnipeg Homicide Case

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March 20 2024 - Winnipeg Police Image of Suspect in Homicide
March 20 2024 - Winnipeg Police Image of Suspect in Homicide

The Incident: A Tragic Shooting on College Avenue

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On the evening of September 10, 2023, an urgent response was initiated by the Winnipeg Police Service following reports of a shooting incident within the 200 block of College Avenue. Officers, alongside the Tactical Support Team, were dispatched at approximately 6:45 p.m., arriving to find a distressing scene.

Victim Identified: The Loss of a Young Life

Upon their arrival, law enforcement discovered an adult male with a gunshot wound outside an apartment building. The victim, later identified as 25-year-old Daniel Raymond GARVEY-RODRIQUEZ, was urgently transported to the hospital in critical condition, where he later succumbed to his injuries, marking a profound loss.

Investigators Seek Public’s Help to Solve Case

March 20 2024 - Winnipeg Police Image of Suspect in Homicide
March 20 2024 – Winnipeg Police Image of Suspect in Homicide

The ongoing investigation into this tragic event is spearheaded by the Homicide Unit of the Winnipeg Police Service. In an effort to bring justice for Daniel and his loved ones, authorities are extending a call to the community for assistance. The public is urged to come forward with any information, particularly regarding the identity of an individual believed to be connected to the case, as depicted in released images.

The collective effort of the community can play a pivotal role in solving this heartbreaking incident. Anyone with information is encouraged to reach out, helping ensure that those responsible are held accountable.

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