Police said around 12 a.m. Friday, officers received a report of “loud bangs” in the Balmoral Drive area and a resident later found a bullet hole in their home.
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Officers found 17 shell casings and 12 bullets that had struck the back of the home as well as a neighbouring property, officials said.
Police said they are searching for four males who were wearing dark clothing and hoodies and were armed with multiple handguns.
On Saturday, police released an image of a suspect vehicle in the hope that someone would recognize it.
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A Dodge Caravan minivan believed to have been used in a Sept. 27, 2019 shooting in Brampton is shown. (PRP)
Residents of a townhouse in Brampton are lucky to be unhurt after several suspects fired as many as 17 rounds at the property overnight on Saturday.
Peel Regional Police say that they were alerted to a series of loud bangs outside a residence on Balmoral Drive, south of Bramalea City Centre at about 12 a.m.