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Police arrest trio in connection to April shooting in Cambridge

Waterloo Regional Police have now arrested three men in connection to a shooting in Cambridge last April.
Waterloo Regional Police have now arrested three men in connection to a shooting in Cambridge last April. Kevin Nielsen / Global News

Waterloo Regional Police say three men have been arrested over the past couple of months in connection with a shooting that occurred in Cambridge in April.

Police say they were called to a home on Can-Amera Parkway near Franklin Boulevard on April 3 for a reported disturbance where a gun was fired.

Police said at the time that they were looking for a man who was believed to be injured but had left the scene.

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On Monday, police said they had spoken with the man but did not disclose the extent of his injuries.

The day after the incident, police say they executed a warrant at a home on Cowan Boulevard where they seized a firearm, ammunition, and a quantity of suspected drugs and money.

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At the time, police said more arrests were imminent and that proved to be true as a trio of men were arrested over the past couple of months with the final one coming on Friday.

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Police say two of the men arrested were 18 years old while the third was 39 years old.

The three men are facing several charges, including assault with a weapon, unauthorized possession of a firearm and discharging a firearm with intent.