RCMP hunting for shooting suspect

A Chilliwack man is wanted in connection with a shooting outside the Eagle Landing Tim Horton's Monday night.

Thirty six year old Chilliwack native Beau Clark is the subject of an RCMP manhunt.

RCMP have arrested thirty six year old Chilliwack native Beau Lawrence Clark in connection with an incident that happened Aug. 10 at the Tim Horton’s in Eagle Landing. Just before 10 p.m. a man was shot in the drive-through line.

The victim, identified by his family through social media as Shaun Dalke, was taken to Chilliwack General Hospital where he remained as of Wednesday afternoon, recovering from non-life threatening injuries.

The RCMP searched the area around the Tim Horton’s with help from police dogs, but failed to find their suspect.

At the same time, the hospital’s emergency room was locked down.

Clark was described as armed and dangerous.

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