The victim of a fatal stabbing on Vancouver’s Granville Strip has been identified as 32-year-old José Kaze. The motive for the murder is still being determined, and authorities are asking for potential witnesses or anyone with video footage to come forward. A GoFundMe campaign has been started to support Kaze’s five young children. Hausa New reported
A photograph of the victim can be seen in the provided link. The Vancouver police have revealed the identity of the individual who was fatally stabbed on the Granville Strip last week. The victim has been identified as José Kaze, aged 32, according to Const. Tania Visintin, the VPD media relations officer. The motive behind the murder is still under investigation, as Granville Street is a busy area with constant activity from vehicles, bicycles, and pedestrians. Authorities are appealing to potential witnesses and those with video footage to come forward, as their information may be crucial to solving the crime.
In memory of Kaze, a GoFundMe campaign has been launched and is being widely shared on social media by people who knew him. The organizers of the fundraiser state that he leaves behind five young children. According to his friend Arezou Roozbeh, Kaze was a devoted father who always put his children first. He had a deep love for them and worked tirelessly to provide for their needs. In search of a better future, he made the decision to move to Canada. The funds raised through the GoFundMe campaign will be used to support Kaze’s children. Daily Hive has reached out to the organizers for a statement and will provide an update once a response is received..