Cloverdale homicide suspect likely still in Lower Mainland
Surveillance images show Barry McQuarrie, 33, using pay phone last Sunday in Aldergrove, B.C.
Barry McQuarrie, a suspect in the killing Gregory Quesnelle at a Cloverdale townhome on May 12, has been spotted on surveillance images after he used a payphone in Aldergrove, B.C..
Police have been hunting for McQuarrie since the fatal shooting in Surrey earlier this month, from which he allegedly fled in a stolen blue 2010 Kia Borrego.
Two days after the shooting, police found a car matching that description burning in an industrial area of Surrey. Police say McQuarrie may now be driving another stolen vehicle – a silver 2008 Toyota Highlander.
The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says McQuarrie is already wanted on outstanding arrest warrants unrelated to the homicide.
"We continue to follow all investigative leads and information in an effort to locate and arrest Mr McQuarrie on the outstanding warrants," said an emailed bulletin from IHIT.
"Mr McQuarrie has not been charged with the homicide of Gregory Quesnelle and remains a suspect."
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Do not approach McQuarrie
The shooting was first reported by neighbours, who called RCMP to the home at 17445 57 Avenue near 175 Street in Surrey around midnight on Monday.
The victim was found at the home and was rushed to hospital but could not be saved.
Police have not commented on a possible motive for the shooting, but have said it was likely a domestic incident and does not appear to be linked to drugs or organized crime.
Anyone who sees McQuarrie or his vehicle is asked to keep their distance and call 911 immediately.
Police say McQuarrie should be considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached.
IHIT is asking anyone with information regarding the homicide to call the IHIT Tipline at 1-877-551-4448 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To remain anonymous, witnesses may call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or leave a tip on their website at Solvecrime.ca.