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2 men arrive at northeast Calgary hospital with gunshot wounds: police

Calgary police investigate Feb. 14 shooting
Police are working to determine the circumstances surrounding a shooting that sent two men to a Calgary hospital on Feb. 14, 2020 with gunshot wounds.

Calgary police are investigating a shooting that sent two men to hospital on Friday.

Police said the victims arrived at the Peter Lougheed Centre at around 3:30 a.m. and that both had gunshot wounds.

Calgary police investigate after two men with gunshot wounds arrived at the Peter Lougheed Centre on Friday, Feb. 14.
Calgary police investigate after two men with gunshot wounds arrived at the Peter Lougheed Centre on Friday, Feb. 14. Global News

According to police, both of the men were in serious but stable condition when they arrived and were transported to the Foothills Medical Centre.

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Police cordoned off a dark-coloured Jaguar with what appears to be a bullet hole in the rear passenger-side window in the parking lot of the Peter Lougheed Centre.

Calgary police investigate after two men with gunshot wounds arrived at the Peter Lougheed Centre on Friday, Feb. 14.
Calgary police investigate after two men with gunshot wounds arrived at the Peter Lougheed Centre on Friday, Feb. 14. Global News

Investigators believe the shooting happened in the 3500 block of 17 Avenue Southeast at around 3 a.m.

— With files from Global News’ Matthew Conrod