CALGARY (660 NEWS) – Calgary police are having trouble tracking down who was involved in a shooting in the northeast on the Labour Day weekend.
On Sept. 1 just before 9 p.m., police responded to the shooting on Whitehorn Drive N.E. It’s believed two vehicles, an SUV and a light-coloured car were involved and reported to be driving aggressively through the area.
Those involved fled before police arrived, and it’s unknown if anyone was injured.
The #Calgary Police Service Guns & Gangs Unit is seeking public assistance to identify individuals involved in a shooting that took place on Sept. 1, 2019 in the 4800 to 5200 block of Whitehorn Drive N.E. https://t.co/2OdmOQVK4M #yyc
— Calgary Police (@CalgaryPolice) September 19, 2019
While some witnesses have provided information, police are asking anyone who was in the area at that time to come forward.
“Receiving information from witnesses is critical in our investigations. This shooting happened on a busy street with lots of other drivers and bystanders in the area who may have seen something,” said Staff Sgt. Greg Cooper of the CPS Guns & Gangs Unit.
“We are looking for anyone who might have witnessed or may have dashcam footage of these vehicles near Whitehorn Drive on Sunday, Sept. 1, at around 9 p.m. to come forward and speak with us.”