Waterloo police investigating after man pulls gun after being asked to leave bar in Kitchener

A Waterloo Regional Police cruiser. Kevin Nielsen / Global News File

Waterloo Regional Police are investigating yet another incident involving a gun in the city of Kitchener.

Police were called to a licensed establishment located at the corner of Victoria Street North and Natchez Road on Monday morning at around 2 a.m. for reports of a man who pulled a weapon.

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They say callers said a man was asked to leave the bar, which caused a skirmish, during which he pulled out a gun.

Police say the gun was not fired, nor were any injuries reported as a result of the incident.

They say the man fled the scene in a dark-coloured vehicle before officers arrived at the scene.

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Police say the suspect is described as around five feet six inches tall and approximately 140 to 160 pounds with curly black hair.

There have been a rash of gun-related incidents in Kitchener over the past month, including a half-dozen shootings.

Police did not connect this incident to any of the others.

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