Man with gang links fatally shot outside a North Vancouver grocery store parking lot

North Vancouver, Integrated Homicide Investigation Team

2022-03-14 12:56 PDT

File # 326

Milad Rahimi

The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) is calling on the public to help further its investigation into a man found shot to death at a North Vancouver grocery store parking lot.

North Vancouver:

On March 11, 2022, at approximately 2:45 p.m. North Vancouver RCMP received multiple reports of shots fired in the parking lot of the Real Canadian Superstore located at 333 Seymour Boulevard, North Vancouver.

North Vancouver RCMP front line officers and BC Emergency Health Services (EHS) attended and located a man suffering from gunshot wounds. The man was taken to hospital and despite all efforts to revive the victim he succumbed to his injuries.

We are releasing the name and photo of the victim to further our investigation. The victim is identified as 34-year-old Milad Rahimi.

We are hoping to speak to Mr. Rahimi’s friends and associates in an effort to build a timeline of his activities for the days leading up to his death.

Mr. Rahimi was known to police and we believe this was a targeted incident.

We are in the early stages of the investigation and our investigators are working tirelessly to complete priority tasks. We are working closely with the Lower Mainland Integrated Teams, the North Vancouver RCMP, BC Coroners Service and CFSEU-BC.

Transcription Suspect vehicle, navy blue Mazda 3, driving away from the shooting



Anyone that was in the area of the Real Canadian Superstore and Seymour Blvd and Mt. Seymour Parkway on March 11, 2022 between 2:30 – 3 p.m. with CCTV or dash cam is urged to contact IHIT immediately. The suspect vehicle fled north on Seymour Blvd and then is believed to have turned westbound on Mt. Seymour Parkway. The suspect vehicle is described as a newer model dark blue Mazda 3 hatchback.


Mr. Rahimi was known to police and his murder has all the markings of a targeted incident.

IHIT will be working with our policing partners including CFSEU-BC in an effort to mitigate any further violence.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the IHIT Information Line at 1-877-551-IHIT (4448) or by email at

Released by
Detective Corporal Sukhi DHESI #238
Media Relations Officer
Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT)

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