Burnaby shooting victim identified as Hells Angels prospect

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As police investigate the discovery of a dismembered body on Robertson Crescent in North Langley Wednesday morning, the Vancouver Sun’s Kim Bolan is reporting the man wounded in a targeting shooting in Burnaby hours earlier is a Hells Angels prospect.

Sources have confirmed to her the Burnaby victim is 43-year-old Mohammed Rafiq, whose car smashed into a house in the 6000-Block of Broadway Avenue at 1 AM.

This all follows the killing of high-profile Hells Angel Bob Green, who was shot to death in Langley on October 16th.

Read more:  IHIT: Burnaby man killed in Langley had ties to Hells Angels

A member of the another gang, Jason Francis Wallace, has been charged with second-degree murder in Green’s killing.

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