One person fatally wounded when bullets fly in late-night Calgary shooting

Calgary police say a late-night shooting that left a woman dead was not a random attack.

Calgary police say a late-night shooting that left a woman dead was not a random attack.

Officers found the woman in a vehicle on the city’s busy 16th Ave. late Wednesday night.

She died later in hospital, but her name has not been released.

Police also believe there may have been a wounded man in the vehicle, and they’re asking for the public’s help in locating him.

Witnesses reported hearing a number of gunshots.

Pictures posted of the scene showed a white car with a shattered driver’s-side window and what appeared to be bullet holes in the door.

There was no immediate word on what led to the shooting.

Police were also called to another nearby incident and arrested at least one person in a parkade, but it wasn’t immediately clear whether that case is connected to the shooting.