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Police investigate Friday morning shooting in Montreal North

Witnesses told police one of the men shot towards a building located on the southwest corner of the intersection, before fleeing on foot. .
Witnesses told police one of the men shot towards a building located on the southwest corner of the intersection, before fleeing on foot. . Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press

Montreal police are investigating after a gunshot was fired towards a building just before noon on Friday in Montreal North.

Police spokesperson Caroline Chèvrefils said it happened at the intersection of Drapeau Avenue and Charleroi Street at 11:50 a.m.

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When officers arrived at the scene, witnesses reported seeing two men standing at the corner of the intersection.

Witnesses told police one of the men shot towards a building located on the southwest corner of the intersection, before fleeing on foot.

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Chèvrefils said officers located a shell casing and found an impact mark on the door of an apartment located on the second floor.

No arrests have been made.

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The intersection was closed to traffic as crime scene technicians and investigators searched the area.

There were no reports of injury.