More than a dozen shootings in Surrey this year after targeted Whalley incident

Surrey RCMP believe the residence was targeted. Residents of the home are known to police.

  • Mar. 21, 2016 12:00 p.m.

Surrey RCMP investigated after gunshots were fired at a house near 132nd Street and 110th Avenue.

WHALLEY — Police are investigating after gunshots were fired at a Surrey home Sunday.

The city has now seen more than a dozen shootings already this year.

RCMP received a report of gunfire around 7 a.m. Sunday near 132nd Street and 110th Avenue.

When officers responded, they found shell casings in the area and interviewed several witnesses, according to a police statement.

No one in the residence was hurt, cops said.

The statement said: “The investigation is still in its early stages, but initial indications are that this is a targeted residence, and occupants of the residence are known to police.”

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