April 23, 2014 7:48 am

Police investigate two separate shootings overnight in Toronto area

Police are investigating two separate shootings overnight in the GTA.

Jeremy Cohn / Global News

TORONTO – Police are investigating two separate overnight shooting incidents in Toronto and Mississauga.

Emergency crews were called to a scene in Mississauga near Eglinton Avenue and Winston Churchill Boulevard around 11 p.m. Tuesday.

Police say it’s believed a gunman inside one car shot at another vehicle, shattering a rear passenger window and leaving the doors riddled with bullet holes.

No one was injured and there’s no word on suspects but Peel police are looking for a dark SUV with tinted windows and damage to the front end and passenger side.

About half an hour later, Toronto police were called to another reported shooting at an apartment building in the city’s west end on Falstaff Avenue near Jane Street where two shell casings were found in the hallway.

No one was injured in that incident and there’s no word on suspects.

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