Shots fired at St. John’s house in what police call a targeted incident | CBC News

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Shots fired at St. John’s house in what police call a targeted incident | CBC News

Police say a home in the centre-city area of St. John’s was shot up last night, but nobody was injured.

Exact location of house not released

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The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary sent members of its patrol services, forensic identification, police dog services and major crimes units to an area where gunshots were fired at a residence just after 12 a.m. Friday. (Hamilton police)

Police say a home in the centre-city area of St. John’s was shot up last night, but nobody was injured.

The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary arrived in full force, with four different units responding to the call of shots fired. A better description of the house’s location was not released.

Shortly after arriving, police say they were able to confirm “there were a number of shots fired.”

The RNC’s major crimes unit is investigating.

“This is believed to be a targeted act and members of the general public are not at risk,” read an overnight report issued by police.

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