Overnight Surrey shooting appears targeted
Mounties in Surrey, B.C., are investigating an overnight targeted shooting.
Officers responded to a home for a report of shots fired in a central Surrey neighbourhood just before 2 a.m.
A police service dog and the RCMP Air 1 Helicopter scoured the scene but no suspects were found.
All people inside the home were accounted for and uninjured.
Insp. Dave Attfield said a light coloured, "boxy" sedan was seen leaving the scene.
Members from the Forensic Identification Section are expected to sweep the scene Thursday morning.
In a separate incident, a fire late Wednesday afternoon destroyed a home in south Surrey where a man was gunned down in the driveway six days earlier.
Forensic investigators will sift through the remains, trying to determine what sparked the blaze, but officials say the damage won't impede the murder probe.
They say they have already collected all necessary evidence linked to the apparently targeted shooting of 51-year-old Surrey resident Randall Davis on Oct. 7.
With files from The Canadian Press