CTV News has obtained disturbing surveillance video that captured the moments before Paul Bennett was gunned down in his Surrey, B.C. driveway over the weekend.

The short but disturbing video sheds new light on the circumstances of the brazen daylight shooting, which claimed the 47-year-old nurse and hockey coach's life on Saturday afternoon.

It shows a silver car pulling in front of Bennett's home and someone in dark clothes stepping out of a passenger-side door.

The dark figure runs out of frame just before at least eight shots ring out in quick succession. The person then runs back to the car, which takes off.

Police previously confirmed Bennett, who left behind a wife and two kids, was sitting in his pickup truck when he was shot multiple times.

Authorities have yet to identify a motive, but the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team said Sunday that the murder was not "a random incident."

No arrests have been made, and police are asking anyone with information on the crime or the people responsible to come forward.

Bennett lived in Surrey's Cloverdale neighbourhood, on an isolated stretch of 67A Avenue that spans just a couple blocks before turning into dead ends on 182A and 183B streets.

Chillingly, neighbours told CTV News they saw a silver Honda Civic that seemed out of place in in the days leading up to the shooting.

People who knew Bennett said they have a hard time believing he could have been the intended target of the shooting. The victim was beloved in the Cloverdale minor hockey community and a respected colleague at Peace Arch Hospital.

The hospital's flag was flown at half-mast Monday.

Some neighbours noted that several people in the area drive a dark pickup truck similar to the victim's, and suggested Bennett's killing could have been a case of mistaken identity.

Police have provided few details about the shooting, but said they are working to determine Bennett's whereabouts and contacts in the days leading up to his death.

City councillors and Mayor Linda Hepner expressed their condolences at a council meeting Monday night, where a public safety progress report was met with subdued reaction.

"It's very difficult for me to measure success in the face of the overwhelming grief that we're all experiencing over the past couple weeks," Hepner said.

A recent rash of deadly violence has left many people in the community shaken. In early June, two teenagers, 16-year-old Jaskarn Singh Jhutty and 17-year-old Jaskaran Singh Bhangal, were gunned down at the side of a rural road.

Police are also investigating the possible attempted shooting of local radio host Ashiana Kahn, whose vehicle apparently came under fire in the hours after Bennet was killed. Fortunately, Khan and another occupant both escaped uninjured.

Asst. Commissioner Dwayne McDonald of Surrey RCMP said considerable resources are being put into preventing the kind of violence that's flared up in recent weeks.

"We have approximately 17 progams in the community that are directed to youth and young kids in order to educate them about the dangers of gang violence, to identify those kids that are at high risk, to provide positive mentorship roles for individuals," McDonald said Monday.

Anyone with information on Bennett's shooting is asked to contact IHIT at 1-877-551-4448, or, if they wish to remain anonymous, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

With files from CTV Vancouver's Nafeesa Karim and Sarah MacDonald