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Surrey man charged in Vancouver double-shooting

A Surrey man has been charged in relation to a double shooting in Vancouver in October. - File
A Surrey man has been charged in relation to a double shooting in Vancouver in October.
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A Surrey man has been charged with a double shooting in Vancouver last month.

Charges have now been laid against Surrey's Steven Thoung Sitthikoun, 27, in the Oct. 21 shooting on Commercial Drive.

Sitthikoun has been charged with two counts of attempted murder with a firearm.

Sitthikoun has a lengthy history with the courts, and was found guilty of an assault that took place in Abbotsford April 5 this year.

He remains in custody until his next appearance in Provincial Court on Dec. 5 at 9:30 a.m.

 

 

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