The RCMP's Integrated Homicide Investigation Team revealed on Wednesday some more details about who Angus Mitchell was targeting.
A Burnaby school was on the list, as were a business, believed to be the Royal Oak Sushi House and an individual, believed to be Chinh "Vivian" Diem Huynh. Huynh and restaurant owner Huong "Andy" Tran were killed on May 27 and police believe Mitchell was responsible for these two homicides.
Also on the list was a New Westminster individual; a Vancouver individual and business/coffee house; a Coquitlam individual and landscaping business; a Port Coquitlam individual; a White Rock security business; and five targets in Surrey, including a group home, restaurant, gym, school and individual.
"The list of targets retrieved from Mr. Mitchell was extensive," Sgt. Jennifer Pound said in a press release. "We cannot put a number to the potential fatalities that could have come from Mr. Mitchell's premeditated plan, as many of the businesses were highly populated.
"The 'list' is not a typical list with numbered names within. It is more of an individual workup for each individual and each business with home addresses, maps of individual's homes and escape routes. We know his plans were methodically thought out and prepared for each target."
Pound said the names of the individuals and businesses will not be released, as
investigators continue to sort through the details and pinpoint where the conflict existed.