Several schools in the area were placed in a hold-and-secure until police made sure the area was safe. No arrests have been made related to the investigation into Monday’s incident and there are no reports of injuries. Police said they do not believe the incident was random and say no victims have come forward to police. “The Comox Valley RCMP Major Crime Unit will be continuing with this investigation. It is especially important for witnesses to come forward and speak with police” Const. Monika Terragni, Comox Valley RCMP media relations officer, said in a statement. “A small piece of information could be a big piece of the puzzle we are putting together.” Monday’s shooting comes a day after Mounties responded to a report of shots fired in the 900-block of Cumberland around 2:30 a.m. READ MORE: RCMP investigating early morning shooting in Courtenay Officers arrived on Sunday and found bullet holes in a vehicle and two buildings. Police do not believe Sunday’s incident was random and no victims have come forward to police. Investigators said there was no evidence on the scene to suggest anyone was severely injured. Anyone with information on either incident is asked to contact the Comox Valley RCMP at 250-338-1321 or Crime Stoppers.
Investigators are now marking what appear to be bullet shell casings in an alley behind Peircy Ave in #Courtenay, the scene of this morning’s “shots fired” call. It’s behind what locals say is a well known drug house. @CHEK_News pic.twitter.com/ga1A9fDRmO— Dean Stoltz (@deanstoltzchek) June 10, 2019