Langley RCMP is searching for two gunmen following a Saturday night shootout at gas station.
Mounties received multiple 911 calls around 11:10 p.m. Two people were reported to be shooting at each other at the Chevron gas station at 232 Street and 72 Avenue.
The shooters were both gone when police arrived and there were no reports of injuries.
“At this early point in the investigation, police continue to gather information and evidence however, it does appear both parties were known to each other,” Langley RCMP Cpl. Craig van Herk said in a release. “Descriptions of the shooters are still being confirmed and currently their vehicles can only be described as dark in color.”
It was the second shooting in two days in Langley.
On Friday, just after 5 a.m., Langley RCMP found a 29-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wound at 212 Street and 42 Avenue. A second man, 35, appeared to have been assaulted. Both were taken to hospital.
Van Herk said both men from Friday’s shooting were known to police but that there’s no evidence suggesting a link to the Lower Mainland gang conflict responsible for a recent rash of shootings in Metro Vancouver.
Saturday’s shooting was the seventh in the Lower Mainland since Monday.