Police are warning the families, friends and associates of Dhak and Duhre gang members that they could be in danger. "We have reason to believe these people (the gangsters) are being targeted by other criminal groups," said Supt. Tom McCluskie, in charge of the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit's Gang Task Force. Jujhar Khun Khun, 24, a member of the Dhak gang, was sprayed with a hail of bullets in Guildford Friday night. He is in critical condition in hospital after being shot in a Nissan Murano in the 10100-block of 144th Street at about 9:30 p.m. Police are investigating if the shooting was in retaliation to Red Scorpion gangster Jonathon Bacon being shot dead in Kelowna last month. McCluskie noted that Tuesday's warning was "unusual. "We don't do this every day, but we take this very seriously," he said. "Given the growing gang tensions and potential for violence in the Lower Mainland, we want to assure the public that every effort is being made to get ahead of this violence should it erupt again on our streets. We also want to ensure that people are warned that they could be in danger if they associate with the Duhre and Dhak groups."
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