gunfire complaint: Abdi Ladif Hirsi, 27, was found dead in a car with multiple gunshot wounds on Aug. 19 in what police believe was a targeted attack, according to Toronto Star. Kevin Tuong / For Star Metro Edmonton When they arrived, officers found Abdi Ladif Hirsi, 27, dead inside a car. According to Edmonton police, officers were called to a gunfire complaint around 10 45 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 19, near 162 Ave. and 51 St. He had been shot multiple times.A grey or silver Nissan Sentra with multiple people inside was seen fleeing the scene after the shooting. We would like to thank the citizens of Edmonton, as well as the local media for their assistance with this investigation, said Staff Sgt. Article Continued Below Police have since charged Hashim Abdulkadir Mohamed, 24, Samatar Mohiadin, 20, Amiir Hussen, 20, and Mohamod Mohamod, with first-degree murder in connection to the incident. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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