Police question suspect in possible cycle-by shooting
Edmonton police have a suspect in custody in connection toa possibleshooting in a residential neighbourhood by someone on a bike, but no charges have been laid.
Brandon Dierich's body was found Tuesday night in a car pulled over in a residential areaat 93rd Street and 68th Avenue.
He died of multiple gunshot wounds andpolice sayhis death wasdrug related.
Police initially suspected the shooter was on a bike and fled toward the Mill Creek Ravine. On Wednesday, officers wheeled a bicycle out of the ravine's dense bush and brought out a paper bag containing two items.
The killing has shocked the people who live in the neighbourhood.
Sherry Brownlee was about to take her baby for a walk shortly before 8 p.m.when shots were fired just down her street.Police arrived and the area was cordoned off.
Brownlee says all the neighbours know each other and the car the victim was sitting in is not from the neighbourhood.
Neighbour Norma Hartley said she saw a teenager waiting around a nearby house before the shots were fired.
"I was just coming home from the store and I noticed somebody,this young kid, teenager, just sitting there on a bike."