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CanadaCalgary Police investigating after early morning shooting in the Beltline

17:03  11 august  2019
17:03  11 august  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

Toronto police investigating after shots fired in Liberty Village on Sunday

Toronto police investigating after shots fired in Liberty Village on Sunday One man was found outside a nightclub at the scene with injuries, but no one was found with gunshot wounds.

+ Calgary police are investigating after a man was found with a gunshot wound in the Beltline area of Calgary Friday morning . At around 12:22 a.m., police said they received a call for a shooting in the area of 13 Ave. and 14 St. S.W. Police said upon arrival

Calgary police are investigating after an early morning shooting outside a bar in the city's Beltline area. The shooting happened along 11th Street at 10th Avenue S.W. around closing time Sunday morning . One person suffered a gunshot wound and was taken to hospital in stable condition.

Calgary Police investigating after early morning shooting in the Beltline © Josh Ritchie / Global News Calgary Police are investigating a shooting in the Beltline neighbourhood, the second downtown shooting this weekend.

Detectives from the Calgary Police Service are investigating after a shooting in the Beltline early Sunday morning.

According to police, the shooting happened just after 2:30 a.m. behind a popular bar in the area.

There were no injuries or fatalities in the shooting, but police said one shot did hit a wall inside a nearby apartment.

Investigators spent Sunday morning interviewing witnesses and trying to obtain any CCTV footage from the area to help them determine what happened.

Police found eight shell casings in the area, but no arrests have been made.

It's the second shooting this weekend that CPS is investigating.

Early Saturday morning, there were shots fired inside and outside a donair shop on 5 Avenue S.W.

There were no injuries in that incident.

Calgary pride crosswalk vandalized again, police hate crime unit investigating.
Downtown Calgary's pride flag crosswalk lasted just four days since being repainted before it was vandalized for the second time in one week. The LGBTQ+ pride flag, which is painted on Stephen Avenue, was scrawled with the hateful, and misspelled phrase "shoot a f-----t" on Sunday morning. The graffiti had been removed by Sunday afternoon. On Wednesday, both the gay and trans pride crosswalks were repainted after the words "lust" and "lost" were scrawled across the flags. Police say both incidents are being investigated as hate-motivated crimes. The permanent crosswalks have only been up since July 21.

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