A house and residential street are blocked off with police tape in Kitimat. The house

House shot at on Fulmar Street

The police are currently investigating a shooting which occurred on Fulmar Street near midnight on Sept. 23.

The police are currently investigating a shooting which occurred on Fulmar Street near midnight on Sept. 23.

The police are not releasing much information at this time while local RCMP and the Forensic Identification Unit continue to work. A house on Fulmar Street is currently cordoned off with police tape, which extends into the street. Orange traffic cones mark certain spots on the road.

Staff sergeant Steve Corp of the Kitimat RCMP detachment said that no one was injured in the attack and that police do not believe the incident was random.

The suspects in the case are thought to have fled in two separate vans, which may have been gold or silver in colour.

 

 

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