Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a vehicle that may be involved in a 2016 southwest Edmonton double homicide, which remains unsolved.
Irfan Ahmed Qureshi, 37, and Suzanne Marie Tran, 27, were found by a real estate agent in a bedroom of a house near 49 Avenue and 213 Street on March 23, 2016. They both died of multiple gunshot wounds.
“Investigators have had little luck,” police spokesman Scott Pattison said Wednesday. “We’re releasing the surveillance video today, hoping someone will be able to recognize the vehicle.”
The video, taken by a camera near the residence, shows a vehicle driving up to the house sometime after midnight, stopping for a period of time, then driving away.
Investigators said the vehicle began driving in the area around midnight and drove past the surveillance camera several times before stopping out front for several minutes around 3:30 a.m. It left the area shortly after.
“We believe it may be some sort of GM SUV, but it’s difficult to identify the make and model,” said Pattison, who called the video “a scrap of evidence.”
Police hope someone from the public will recognize the vehicle or come forward with other information about the homicides.
Facebook photo of Irfan Ahmed Qureshi, 37, one of two homicide victims found in a southwest Edmonton home on Wednesday, March 23, 2016.
The families, are “living in a relative nightmare,” Pattison said, and…
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