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Mahdi Halane Case: RCMP Arrest Fushpinder Singh Brar In Historic 2006 B.C. Homicide

01/24/2015 05:49 EST | Updated 03/26/2015 05:59 EDT
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SURREY, B.C. - Surrey RCMP say they have made an arrest in a historic homicide dating back to 2006.

Mahdi Halane was shot in the neck following a confrontation at a gas station in October 2006.

His spinal cord was severed and he was left a quadriplegic until his death in 2012, which was attributed to the shooting.

Thirty-year-old Fushpinder Singh Brar of Surrey was arrested in Vancouver Friday without incident and remains in custody.

Brar has been charged with manslaughter.

Investigators are still appealing to the public as they believe there are other individuals involved in the incident who have yet to be identified.

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