Based on information from witnesses, it appears the involved parties were known to one another
VANCOUVER – On Wednesday (Oct. 26) at about 3:30 a.m., Vancouver Police responded to the 2000 block of Brandt Rd. for a disturbance with weapons call. Multiple callers reported hearing shots fired.
When officers arrived, they located a 26-year-old male with multiple gunshot wounds. Officers rendered emergency medical aid to the victim prior to his transport to an area hospital. His injuries appeared to be non-life threatening.
Detectives recovered multiple shell casings. A nearby vehicle and the exterior wall of an adjacent apartment complex were also struck by bullets. No other injuries have been reported.
Based on information from witnesses, it appears the involved parties were known to one another.
Detectives from the Vancouver Police Department Major Crimes Unit are investigating.
Information provided by Vancouver Police Department.
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