Two Surrey shootings in 10 hours

No one hurt in gun violence that took place in Whalley on Thursday night and Friday morning.

Surrey RCMP are investigating a pair of shootings in the last day.

Shots first rang out at 9 p.m. Thursday (Oct. 15) near 110 Avenue and 142A Street.

Police were called and officers found evidence of shots fired, but couldn’t locate anyone connected with it.

Police say witnesses said they saw a black pick-up truck and a dark-coloured sedan shooting at each other.

Then at 7:30 a.m. on Friday at 99 Avenue and 156 Street, a red van pulled in front of another parked car at a house and fired several shots, striking both the vehicle and the house.

The van then sped off.

No one was hurt in the gun violence.

The shooting took place right next to William Davidson Elementary School, but fortunately, the violence ended before the school was open.

Police say they have no evidence that the two shootings are linked, or whether either is connected with an ongoing turf war over a dial-a-dope operation in Newton.

Anyone with information is asked to call 604-599-0502 or to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

 

 

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