CALGARY (660 NEWS) — Calgary police are looking to the public for help in identifying a pair of suspect vehicles believed to be involved in a shooting in February that sent two men to hospital.
On Feb. 9, around 11:30 a.m., police were notified of two men who were at the Peter Lougheed Centre suffering from gunshot wounds.
Police believe the shooting happened in the northeast community of Rundle when one of the victims was approached by two men in an alleyway.
The suspects demanded the keys to the victims truck and trailer and threatened him with a shotgun.
When the victim refused, he was shot by one of the suspects.
The second victim was involved in a struggle with one of the suspects before also being shot.
The suspects fled the area, while the victims were transported to hospital and treated for their injuries. Police believe the incident was targeted.
Now police are looking for assistance from the public in identifying the two suspect vehicles believed to have been involved.
One is a red Dodge Journey, the other is a newer model light-grey Jeep Cherokee with an air freshener on the rearview mirror.
Anyone who may have any information on the shooting or the suspect vehicles are being asked to contact police.