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Three different gun incidents Monday evening in Hamilton

Three different gun incidents Monday evening in Hamilton

Monday was a busy night for Hamilton Police with three gunshot incidents in a little over an hour.

At about 1030 Monday night, Hamilton Police were told a shooting had just occurred in the area of Mohawk Rd W. and Magnolia Dr.  Police responded to a short term rental location and can confirm that one of the occupant negligently discharged a firearm within the residence causing minor damage. The suspect is described as Male white, 5’ 9”, and average build in his 30’s.  No one sustained any injuries in relation to this incident.

Ten minutes later, Hamilton Police responded to a second shooting just occurred in the area of Main St E and Holton Ave S. Police say one person was transported to hospital for non life threatening injuries. The suspect fled the area prior to police arrival. The suspect is described as Male black, 5’10”, short dreadlocks, wearing blue track suit and white sneakers.

Then, just before midnight, Hamilton Police responded to a third shooting just occurred in the area of Douglas Ave and Mars Ave.  Police say multiple shots were fired into a residence. No one sustained any injuries in relation to this incident. The Hamilton Police are asking residents in the area to review their security surveillance cameras between the hours of 11:15pm to midnight for any suspicious activity and to contact police. Detectives are also asking if anyone was driving in the area and have dash camera footage that would be suitable for review to contact the investigators.

Anyone with any information that could assist Police with the Division One investigations, are asked to contact Detective Constable Higginbottom by calling 905-546-3816, or the on duty Staff Sergeant at 905-546-4725.

Anyone with any information about the Division Three investigation, are asked to contact Detective Constable Duxbury by calling 905-546-8964, or the on duty Staff Sergeant at 905-546-3886.

To provide information anonymously call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or submit an anonymous tip online at http://www.crimestoppershamilton.com.

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