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Reports of shots fired near an elementary school in Burnaby

Darpan News Desk Burnaby RCMP, 19 Jun, 2021 11:52 PM
  • Reports of shots fired near an elementary school in Burnaby

A shooting took palce near an elementary school in Burnaby on Friday but the Burnaby RCMP say they haven't found any victims. 

Police were on scene at Armstrong Avenue near Cariboo Drive around 9 p.m., close to  Armstrong Elementary.

The Burnaby RCMP on Friday said that this an investigation which is ongoing. There have been no supsects located or arrested.

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