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Police looking for witnesses to targeted triple-shooting in Calgary

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WATCH: Police have released more information on the shooting Friday night in Calgary that left two men dead and another injured. As Carolyn Kury de Castillo reports, it appears to have been a targeted attack – Aug 29, 2020

Calgary police said Saturday that they’re hoping witnesses will come forward, after a triple-shooting that left two people dead and sent another to hospital.

Police were called to the northwest community of Sandstone Valley at around 8:40 p.m. Friday.

When officers arrived, two men, 27 and 19 years old, were found dead. Another male youth was taken to hospital where he was listed in stable condition as of Saturday morning.

Read more: 2 people killed, 1 in serious condition after northwest Calgary shooting: police

Anne Dela Rosa​ lives nearby and heard a “dull, loud thump” at the time.

“We just peeked out the window and saw the car front facing the tree over there and that was it. I thought it was just some accident,” she said Saturday.​​

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The suspect vehicle was last seen in the 200 block of Sandarac Place N.W. as it fled the scene. Courtesy: Calgary Police Service

Police said it’s believed the shooting was targeted.

No suspects are in custody at this time, police said Saturday.

Police believe the suspects used a black two-door Infiniti coupe, with a white sticker across the top of the rear window, during the shooting. The suspect vehicle was last seen in the 200 block of Sandarac Place N.W. as it fled the scene on Friday, police said.

Calgary police want to identify these three men who are believed to be connected to the shooting. Courtesy: Calgary Police Service

Autopsies are scheduled for Monday.

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The Calgary Police Service Homicide Unit is investigating the incident and is looking to speak to witnesses.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Calgary police or Crime Stoppers.

– With files from Global News’ Kaylen Small