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2 in custody after early morning shooting in southeast Calgary

Calgary police say they have arrested a man and a woman in connection with an early morning shooting in southeast Calgary on Sunday.

Another vehicle involved in the incident has yet to be located

Police have arrested a man and woman in connection with an early morning shooting that took place in southeast Calgary on Sunday. (David Bell/CBC)

Calgary police say they have arrested a man and a woman in connection with an early morning shooting in southeast Calgary on Sunday.

At about 4:45 a.m., police received multiple calls reporting a shooting in the 2900 block of Doverville Crescent S.E., said Paul Teworte with Calgary police.

"Two vehicles were involved, and one vehicle was found at the scene with bullet holes in it," Teworte said.

The two occupants of that vehicle, a man and a woman, were unharmed and taken into custody.

Police also laid charges for drug possession and breaching bail conditions.

The other vehicle involved in the incident, a black pickup truck, fled the scene and has yet to be located, Teworte said.

"If anybody heard or saw anything last night in the Doverville Crescent area, and have not yet spoken to police, they [can] contact us at the non-emergency number," he said.

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