Media sources have learned that a surveillance book entailing movement of key suspects in the Surrey Six murder case, which was misplaced in the former home of an undercover RCMP officer, was recently returned to the RCMP last month after almost four years. It is reported that the highly classified 200-page book includes RCMP undercover observations, including clandestine photos of suspects gathered during the Surrey Six investigation, a brutal gangland slaying that left six dead in a Surrey, B.C., high-rise.
The alleged book initially surfaced, after being lost in the first place, last year when RCMP Const. Shane Busch’s ex-wife was reportedly moving out of their matrimonial home after a bitter divorce. Busch’s brother-in-law, Andrew Farrow, confessed that he tried to return the book, along with other police items, to the RCMP last year. But he explained that at the time when RCMP arrived to collect the documents, the book went missing again.
However, it was not until last month that Farrow finally recovered the book again after accidentally misplacing it in boxes of Busch’s belongings. Farrow revealed to have contacted the general line at an RCMP detachment, a representative of whom asked him to bring the documents into any RCMP office. Farrow alleged that “I was very clear about it and they didn’t seem to think it was too important,” and “now whether or not the other person at the end of the phone understood what it was, I’m not sure, and I didn’t feel comfortable dropping it off at any detachment.”
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