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B.C.: 40-year-old Sikh woman stabbed to death in Surrey

by The Canadian Parvasi

Centre Court Developments

A 40-year-old Sikh woman succumbed to life-threatening injuries after being stabbed fatally multiple times at her home in Surrey, British Columbia, according to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

The victim, identified as Harpreet Kaur, was found wounded after being subjected to multiple life-threatening stabbings a little before 9.30 pm on Wednesday in a home in the 12700-block 66 Avenue, the RCMP informed. She was consequently taken to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead after succumbing to the injuries.

Sgt. Timothy Pierotti of the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team, in a statement on Friday, said, “These incidents have a significant impact, not only on the family and friends of the victim, but the entire community.”

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“Any time that there’s an allegation of domestic violence, police take it very seriously,” Pierotti stated, hinting at the possibility of domestic violence.

It is pertinent to note that Kaur’s husband was detained as a suspect but since has been released. The police authorities stated that they are releasing Kaur’s identity in order to help with the investigations.

Just two days before the incident, Pawanpreet Kaur, a 21-year-old, was found dead after being shot outside a gas station in Mississauga on December 3.

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