RCMP arrest shooting suspect in downtown Chilliwack

A two week manhunt ended with thirty six year old Beau Lawrence Clark taken into custody on an attempted murder warrant.

A shooting suspect has been arrested by the Chilliwack RCMP.

Thirty six year old Chilliwack native Beau Lawrence Clark was quietly picked up Tuesday afternoon in downtown Chilliwack. Clark was wanted on a warrant for attempted murder in connection with an Aug. 10 shooting at the Eagle Landing Tim Hortons.

A man, identified by his family through social media as Shaun Dalke, was shot in the restaurant drive through.

Police tabbed Clark as the suspect two days later and had been hunting him down the last two weeks.

Police were following reports he had frequented the downtown Chilliwack area,” said RCMP Cpl. Mike Rail. “Chilliwack RCMP would like to thank the general public and media for their assistance which led to the arrest of Mr. Clark.”

Clark will stay in custody until he makes a court appearance in early September.

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