Police make appeal on one year anniversary of double homicide in Surrey parkade

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 STORY 10 ITEM 2 Photo 2ON the night of January 13 (Sunday), John Edward McGiveron, 33, and Geordie Wesley Carlow, 33, both of Surrey, (see photos) who were known to police, were shot dead in a parkade in the 9400 block of 128 Street. Police said at the time that their murders were not believed to be gang-related.

(Incidentally, Manjot Dhillon, 27, of Surrey, associated with the Dhak gang, was fatally shot in the area of 168 Street and 76 Avenue that same night and less than 48 hours later, on the morning of January 15, Manjinder “Manny” Hairan, 29, associated to the Dhak gang, was shot dead in the area of 127 and 112B Avenue and Jujhar Singh Khun-Khun, 25, who is also associated to the same gang, was seriously wounded.)

Last Monday marked the one year anniversary of the murders of McGiveron and Carlow and the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team said it continues to look into this double murder and are asking for the public’s assistance in bringing information forward.

“IHIT would like to acknowledge the families that have had the difficult endeavor of losing a loved one through homicide. Investigators are very motivated in finding who is responsible for these murders.  Today, on this anniversary, we ask those with the intimate details of this double murder to come forward with information and assist us in finding who is responsible,” said Cpl. Dominic Duchesneau.

IHIT is asking anyone who may have information to call the IHIT tip lines at 1-877-551-IHIT(4448) or email at ihittipline@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.

If you wish to remain anonymous, provide your tip information on the web at solvecrime.ca or by phone at 1-800-222-8477.