Surrey RCMP says three people have been deported in the course of investigations into two brawls captured on camera in the Newton area.
Police says they are looking for 50 individuals in connection with the brawl.
“As a result of the investigation into the August incident in Strawberry Hills, three individuals have been deported from Canada, and the status of three other individuals is currently being reviewed,” according to a Surrey RCMP release on Tuesday.
According to Surrey Police, the brawl included international students – Punjabis as well.
The news came after the second video of a brawl surfaced on social media last week. The video was captured in another Newton parking lot during the Remembrance Day.
As said by police, the first video was captured in a strip mall’s parking lot in Strawberry Hills in August.
While the second video, which was also captured in a parking lot, showed as assault with weapons and other mischiefs in the early morning hours of November 11.
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Mounties or RCMP said their Community Response Unit has been working on public safety concerns involving youth congregating, fighting and drinking in the Strawberry Hills area since March.
Surrey RCMP Cpl. Elenore Sturko in a media release told, “While not all of these incidents involve international students, law enforcement officials want to remind individuals who are visiting Canada on a Visa that any engagement in criminal activity violates the condition of their Visa and they could be removed from Canada as a result.”