Shots fired in east Surrey overnight Saturday

Highway 10 was closed for a time overnight Saturday in the area of 186th to 188th Streets as the police investigated another shooting.

Shortly after 10 p.m. on June 13, theSurrey RCMP received several reports of shots fired in the 18600 block of Hwy 10. Surrey RCMP patrol officers were immediately dispatched to the area.

Once on scene officers located evidence consistent with shots being fired. Additionally, two residences were identified as being struck by bullets. No one was hurt in the homes. Officers could not locate anyone at scene in relation to the shots fired.

Surrey RCMP was advised by a regional hospital that two males arrived at hospital with gunshot related injuries. Both males have non-life-threatening injuries. Both men remain in a regional trauma hospital where they are being treated for their injuries. The hospital was on lock down as a safety precaution.                         

Reports received by police state that the shots were fired between two vehicles, a white or light coloured SUV and silver Pontiac Vibe.  The SUV has been located by police and is currently in police custody.

At this time this shooting does not appear to be a random act, but rather targeted at these two young men. Police are not able to say whether this shooting is linked to the other shootings that have been identified as low level drug trade turf war.

Hwy 10 from 186 to 188 was closed as investigators gathered evidence.  

If anyone has any information about this shooting or any other shooting they are asked to call 604-915-6566 or if they wish to remain anonymous please call CRIMESTOPPERS at 1-800-222-TIPS1-800-222-TIPS FREE.

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