Police investigating shooting in northeast Calgary

Calgary police investigate shots fired in city’s northeast
WATCH ABOVE: Calgary police are searching for suspects after a shooting in the city's northeast on Wednesday evening.

Calgary police are searching for suspects after a shooting in the northeast on Wednesday.

Police said several shots were fired between two vehicles in the parking lot of a 7-Eleven near 32 Avenue N.E. and 64 Street N.E. after 9:30 p.m.

No injuries were reported.

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According to police, both vehicles took off from the Temple neighbourhood, but officers later found one matching the description of the offending vehicle in Marlborough.

Officers surrounded the home – located in the 1000 block of Marcombe Drive N.E.

“As there is potentially a firearm in the residence, the situation is being treated as high-risk,” a news release explained.

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Police asked Calgarians to avoid the area while they worked to resolve the incident “as safely as possible.”

Then, shortly before 4 a.m., Calgary police issued a tweet saying the situation had been resolved.

Police told Global News they determined the people inside the home were not linked the shooting, and no one was taken into custody.