Police seek information after shots fired in Aldergrove

Shell casings found, but no trace of shooter thus far, say police.

Shots were fired in a quiet Aldergrove neighbourhood early Sunday morning.

Langley RCMP were called to the 26800 block of 26 Avenue around 5 a.m. after shots were fired.

“Shell casings were found and seized,” said police spokesperson Cpl. Holly Marks.

There were reports of a man shooting into the air. Marks said that theory is consistent with the fact that no bullet holes were found in homes or vehicles in the area.

No suspect was found and there are no reports of a person showing up at hospital with bullet wounds. Police knocked on doors and spoke with residents of that street on Sunday morning, but no new information was obtained, said Marks.

If you have information about this and haven’t already spoken with police call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.

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