British Columbia

Shots fired at Surrey B.C. home wake, spark fear

Surrey RCMP arrived just past midnight to find several shell casings. Shots hit home, but nobody was injured.

"They were shook up by it," said Surrey RCMP Sgt. Maureen Hickey.

Surrey RCMP found several shell casings but no one was injured. (CBC)

A Surrey family was awakened by gun shots fired at their home early Sunday morning.

"They were shook up by it," said Surrey RCMP Sgt. Maureen Hickey. 

Police were called to the home on 91 Ave and 138A Street in Surrey at 12:45 a.m.PT today.

"Nobody was hurt during the incident, no one left on the scene at the time of police arrival," she said. 

Officers found several shell casings and damage to the home. 

Police are investigating but will not say if the shooting was targeted. 

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