Hells Angel shot dead at Starbucks drive-thru in South Surrey

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Two people seen fleeing the scene were apprehended and are in custody.

For the second time in a year, a full-patch member of the Hells Angels Hardside chapter has been murdered.

Postmedia has confirmed that Suminder “Ali” Grewal, a member of the notorious biker gang’s newest B.C. chapter, was shot dead Friday morning at the Southpoint Exchange mall in South Surrey.

Surrey RCMP said the shooting occurred around 9:20 a.m. in the drive-through shared by Envision Financial and Starbucks.

“Officers arrived and located a male suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. Emergency Health Services attended. Despite all attempts to revive the individual, the male succumbed to his injuries,” Surrey RCMP Cpl. Elaine Sturko said.

Two people were seen fleeing the scene in a vehicle and later on foot. Sturko said both were apprehended and are in custody.

“Initial indications are that this is a targeted incident,” said Sturko.

Last November, Chad Wilson, 43, another member of the Hells Angels Hardside chapter, was found murdered under the Golden Ears Bridge.

Grewal and Wilson were both former members of the gang’s Haney chapter in Pitt Meadows before helping form the Hardside chapter in early 2017.

A heavy police presence remained hours after Friday morning’s shooting at the Southpoint Exchange located at 32nd Avenue and 152nd Street.

A car, possibly a Dodge Viper, remained parked behind police tape and partially covered by a tarp in the Starbucks drive-through lane.

A Starbucks staff member who answered the phone at the Southpoint location directed all questions to the company’s public relations department.

When asked if the store was still open, the staff member said “I can’t comment on anything.”

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