A Surrey Mountie examines evidence after another shooting in Whalley on Tuesday night.

Shootings continue at pace

Surrey has seen its 24th shooting in the last seven weeks, while police plea for information from the public.

Shootings in Surrey continue unabated, with the latest incidence of gunfire cracking through the evening air in Whalley on Tuesday.

At about 10:25 p.m., Surrey RCMP received calls of shots heard near 88 Avenue and 134 B Street.

When Mounties arrived, they found evidence of shots being fired.

A police dog was used to search the area.

More evidence was found of shots being fired was found about a block away at 88A Avenue and 134B Street.

It is Surrey’s 24th shooting in the last seven weeks. One of those shootings resulted in a fatality.

No evidence was found of anything that had been hit by one of the bullets.

Police spoke to several people, but no one reported seeing or hearing any vehicles in the area at the time the shots were heard. Only the sounds were heard.

No injured persons were located.

Surrey RCMP is asking for public assistance, urging anyone who may have seen anything unusual in that area at the time to come forward.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 or to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).  Information may also be given to the  Tip line, 604-915-9566 in relation to the previous shots being fired.

 

 

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