Police have seized a vehicle involved in the brutal slaying of Surrey, B.C., student Maple Batalia.
Integrated Homicide Investigation Team spokeswoman Sgt. Jennifer Pound confirmed Friday that a white Dodge Charger, believed to have been used by suspects in the unsolved homicide, was impounded by authorities.
Pound did not say when or where the vehicle was seized or who the owner was.
Batalia, a health-sciences student, was shot several times in the open-air area of a parkade next to Simon Fraser University’s Surrey campus at around 1 a.m. on Sept. 28, after a late-night study session.
Surveillance video released in October show a white 2011 Dodge Charger racing away from the area shortly after the 19-year-old was shot.
There has been no arrests in the case.
The announcement came a day after investigators released a 12-second video showing two possible witnesses to Batalia’s murder.
Police said the two young men shown in the clip are not suspects, but may have information that can help them crack the case.
Surrey is a suburb of Vancouver.