Calgary police investigate drive-by shooting in northeast
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.
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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.
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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.