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Shots fired at 2 North Battleford, Sask. homes, 2 arrested: RCMP

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Battleford RCMP are investigating after shots were fired at two homes in North Battleford, Sask., on Saturday.

Police say the incident occurred before 9 a.m. on 111th Street.

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Five or six rounds were reported to have been fired, with two homes sustaining damage according to police.

No one was injured.

Two men were arrested and a firearm was seized.

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Both men remain in custody with charges pending, say police.

RCMP believe up to four separate vehicles could have been involved in the incident including a white pickup truck, a white van or SUV, and a dark-coloured SUV.

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