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‘Senseless violence’: Woman killed in Surrey, B.C., home invasion, father says

SURREY, BC – The father of a murder victim in Surrey, BC, says she was killed in a home invasion over the weekend.

SURREY, BC – The father of a murder victim in Surrey, BC, says she was killed in a home invasion over the weekend.

The Integrated Homicide Investigation team says 30-year-old Tori Dunn has died after being found with life-threatening injuries at a home in the Port Kells area of ​​Surrey late Sunday night.

Police say a suspect was arrested near the crime scene following a search involving the police dog service. The individual is being held in custody on a related charge while the investigation continues.

Dunn’s father, Aron Dunn, said in a Facebook post that his daughter was the “victim of a home invasion” and “senseless violence.”

Police have not confirmed any details about Dunn’s death as they continue to search the area for witnesses.

Investigators say they released the victim’s name to aid the investigation, adding that anyone with a dashcam or surveillance footage of the area near the crime scene should contact police.

“We, her family, cannot understand how someone as kind as Tori could become the victim of such senseless violence,” Aron Dunn wrote of his daughter.

“Tori was loved by everyone she met. She dedicated her time and love to her friends and family, (she was) someone who lit up the room with her smile and laugh. She is loved beyond words.”

Social media accounts associated with Tori Dunn identify her as the owner of a landscaping business

This report by The Canadian Press was first published June 19, 2024.

The Canadian Press