Gun pulled during argument in downtown Kitchener, police say

The crest on a Waterloo regional police officer's sleeve. Kevin Nielsen / Global News

Waterloo Regional Police say a gun was pulled during an argument between a driver and a pedestrian in downtown Kitchener on Wednesday night.

According to a release from the police, officers were dispatched to the area around Duke and Cameron streets at around 9:30 p.m. to respond to the incident.

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The release said the victim was walking up Duke Street when they exchanged words with the driver of a vehicle headed in the same direction on the one-way street.

As they were arguing, police say the driver pulled a gun and flashed it at the pedestrian before driving off.

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Police are asking any witnesses or those who have information to call  519-570-9777 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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