Scott Road SkyTrain Station shooting suspect Daon Glasgow in custody (update)

SURREY RCMP have announced that the suspect in the January 30 Scott Road SkyTrain station shooting, Daon Glasgow, was arrested early Sunday morning in Burnaby.

At approximately 5:30 a.m., Glasgow was arrested at a home in the 7500-block of Boundary Road in Burnaby by the Surrey RCMP Serious Crime Section and Lower Mainland Emergency Response Team, with assistance from the Integrated Police Dog Service, Air 1, and Burnaby RCMP.

Daon Glasgow at Scott Road SkyTrain Station

Shortly before the arrest was made, the other units in the residential complex were evacuated by police. In addition to the arrest of the suspect, three other individuals were detained at the residence, and subsequently released.

At this time, Glasgow is being held in custody in relation to his outstanding arrest warrant for being unlawfully at large. The investigation into the shooting is still ongoing as investigators liaise with the BC Prosecution Service.

“From the outset, this has been an extensive and complex investigation and I want recognize the tireless efforts made by Surrey RCMP police officers and support staff, as well as many of our policing partners across the Lower Mainland and the country,” said Assistant Commissioner Dwayne McDonald, Surrey RCMP Officer in Charge.

RCMP Assistant Commissioner Dwayne McDonald
Photo by Jay Sharma of Mahi Photo Studio

“We would like to thank the Surrey RCMP and law enforcement partners for their tireless efforts during this investigation, the media for their diligence in keeping the suspect information at the forefront and the public for their unflagging support,” said Chief Barry Kross with the Metro Vancouver Transit Police. “An investigation of this magnitude truly takes a community to end successfully. I would like to take this opportunity to express my pride in the men and women of the Metro Vancouver Transit Police for their professionalism during this difficult time.”

The investigation was led by the Surrey RCMP Serious Crime Section with assistance from Surrey’s Investigative Services and Community Services teams and Crime Analysis Unit, as well as numerous specialized units from the Lower Mainland District and E Division. Burnaby, Coquitlam and Chilliwack RCMP detachments, Vancouver Police Department, Abbotsford Police Department, K Division, Corrections Service Canada and Crime Stoppers also provided assistance in this investigation.

Anyone with information about this incident or suspect is asked to call Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, or contact CrimeStoppers if you wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-8477 or