January 17, 2018

Surrey’s mayor pledges to unveil a crime fighting plan for Panorama Ridge

People living in Panorama Ridge left a meeting with Surrey’s mayor with some hope a plan is coming after four bodies have been found on the same road this year.

Bob Campbell with the local ratepayers association says people voiced their frusterations to Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts and the RCMP.

“The mayor said she was going to come up with a plan and come back to us with that plan and we said that we would be totally co-operative.”

Campbell says the focus should not be just be on Colebrook road.

“It is not just an issue of solving what is happening on Colebrook road you know we didn’t get any pushback on that we got you know we hear ya and we are going to put a plan together to help you so we really hope that happens.”

However Campbell admits if the plan tabled by Watts is either delayed or doesn’t address resident’s concerns then there is little they can do.

The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team has identified the latest two bodies found on Colebrook yesterday, the families are now being informed.

The bodies are the third and fourth found on Colebrook road in the last six weeks.

CKNW Vancouver News

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