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Winnipeg police looking for information about shooting at West End apartment building

A police officer is seen behind the front door of a Winnipeg apartment building, which appears to have bullet holes. Michael Draven/Global News

Winnipeg police now say a man was shot when gunfire broke out at a West End apartment building early Saturday.

Police waited until Monday to release details about the shooting at the building at Ellice Avenue and Home Street where what looked like two bullet holes could bee seen in the front door and another through a separate window, when a Global reporter showed up at the scene over the weekend.

 

An apparent bullet hole can be seen through a basement window of the apartment building. Michael Draven/Global News

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On Monday police said officers were called to the apartment around 6 a.m.

A 30-year-old man found suffering from a gunshot wound was rushed to hospital in unstable condition where he was later upgraded to stable.

Police had the area taped off for much of the day on Saturday.

Anyone with information is asked to call investigators with the Major Crimes Unit at 204-986-6219 or Crime Stoppers at 201-786-TIPS.

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