Calgary police investigate drive-by shooting in northeast

Two vehicles were struck by bullets on Sunday night after two cars chased a pickup truck through Calgary streets.

Calgary police investigating shots fired from vehicle on 64th Avenue N.E.

Police are investigating after two men were shot at and chased through Calgary streets. 

The two victims showed up at the Calgary Police Traffic Office in northeast Calgary around 7:15 p.m. to say they had been shot at, but not hurt.

According to police, it's believed a white minivan and a black truck chased the two men, who were driving a pickup truck from Nolan Heights and opened fire while in Thorncliffe. Another car, an unoccupied Jeep Cherokee  that was parked in the area was also hit by bullets. 

Police say this was likely a targeted attack and part of ongoing dispute and it's not known if this is connected to a rash of other shootings in the city. 


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