PHOTOS: Shots fired in Cloverdale Thursday night

Surrey RCMP were in the 19000-block of 64 Avenue Thursday (Sept. 24) evening. (Shane MacKichan photo)
Surrey RCMP were in the 19000-block of 64 Avenue Thursday (Sept. 24) evening. (Shane MacKichan photo)
Surrey RCMP were in the 19000-block of 64 Avenue Thursday (Sept. 24) evening. (Shane MacKichan photo)
Surrey RCMP were in the 19000-block of 64 Avenue Thursday (Sept. 24) evening. (Shane MacKichan photo)

Police are investigating after shots were fired in Cloverdale Thursday night.

Surrey RCMP say they received reports of shots heard in the 19000-block of 64 Avenue shortly before 10: 30 p.m. When they arrived, officers “found evidence confirming a shooting had occurred,” a police news release stated.

According to one witness, investigators could be seen canvassing residents of a townhouse complex.

Police say the shooter or shooters were took off before officers arrived and there were no signs of anyone being injured as a result of the shooting.

RCMP say early indications are that this shooting was a targeted incident and there is “no ongoing threat to the public.”

SEE ALSO: Shooting in Newton linked to Lower Mainland gang conflict, Surrey police say

The Surrey RCMP General Investigation Unit (GIU) is investigating.

This is the 22nd shots fired incident of 2020 in Surrey.

Anyone with information or dash-cam footage in relation to the shooting is asked to contact Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, or Crime Stoppers, if they wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-8477 or solvecrime.ca.

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