Nobody was injured in what police are calling a "random act of indescribably serious mischief" after someone shot a house in Pitt Meadows.
Sometime between 12: 30 and 5 p.m. on Friday, June 1, a bullet entered a home on Somerset Drive just off Bonson Road.
The spent bullet was found inside a bed-room of the home, according to police.
"This is very concerning to our community and our detachment," said Ridge Meadows RCMP Insp.
Investigators believe someone with a handgun fired a shot at the home from the nearby CP Rail pedestrian overpass.
"We do not have any suspects or motive as yet, but this appears to be a random act of indescribably serious mischief or criminal negligence," he added.
"Investigators have checked all call logs, and have canvassed the neighbourhood, and at this time there are no witnesses to this incident or reports of any gunshots," the inspector explained.
No one was injured, and police say that something like this is a rare occurrence in the community.
"We want to make our citizens aware of this investigation, and encourage the public to continue to call police if they hear or see anyone who is threatening their safety," Fleugel said. The investigation continues.
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