Vancouver police say road rage thought to be behind shotgun death

Vancouver police say a road rage attack appears to be at the centre of a death early Friday morning.

Police say they received a 911 call about a man shot on a street under the Iron Workers Memorial Bridge.

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When they arrived they found a man dead of gunshot wounds and a woman with minor injuries.

Police say the evidence suggests the homicide was the result of a road rage incident between the victim and a suspect in a white sedan.

No arrests have been made and the victim won't be identified until his family is notified.

Homicide investigators want to speak to anyone who might have dash camera footage taken near the intersection of McGill and Renfrew streets between 1:30 and 2 a.m.

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