Date: Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Victoria, BC – The family of Jeremy Gordaneer, along with the Vancouver Island Integrated Major Crime Unit (VIIMCU), is appealing for information to assist with the investigation into Jeremy’s homicide in August of 2021.
At approximately 5 a.m. on August 31st, 2021, VicPD officers were called to Jeremy Gordaneer’s mother’s residence in the 1000-block of Carberry Gardens. Officers attended, along with B.C. Emergency Health Services (BCEHS) paramedics, and located Jeremy Gordaneer within the residence suffering from life-threatening injuries. Officers and BCEHS paramedics provided emergency first aid. However, Jeremy died from his injuries. He was 49 years old.
Detectives with VicPD’s Major Crime Unit were called to the scene and continued the investigation. The incident was determined to be a homicide and VIIMCU assumed conduct of the investigation.
A video appeal from Jeremy Gordaneer’s family, including his sister, Alisa, and his daughters, Clea and Sylvie, is available below.
The investigation remains ongoing. No arrests have been made. At the present time there is nothing to indicate that there is risk to the general public. This risk assessment remains ongoing.
Investigators are continuing to seek information surrounding the homicide of Jeremy Gordaneer. If you have information about this incident please call the VIIMCU Information Line at (250) 380-6211 or submit a tip online at vicpd.ca/gordaneertips.
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