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Police seek info on shooting that injured two

By Staff | Dec 23, 2014

Cape Coral Police are investigating a weekend shooting that sent two people to the hospital with “non-life threatening” gunshot wounds.

The investigation began at approximately 2 a.m. Sunday morning after multiple callers reported “shots heard” in the area of 1100 Cape Coral Parkway W.

Arriving officers were flagged down and led to a duplex at 4729 SW 11 Ct.

“There, officers found two subjects with gunshot wounds which were later determined to be non-life-threatening,” a prepared statement from the Cape Coral Police Department states. “According to the subjects on the scene, 4 masked men entered the screened in lanai of this duplex and an altercation ensued. During the altercation, numerous shots were fired.”

Patrol, K9, and LCSO Aviation arrived and a perimeter was set up as witnesses told officers they saw people running westbound from the residence toward a nearby daycare.

“Police K9s tracked a scent that ended in the parking lot where tire marks were found,” the release states.

Detectives and Forensics responded to the scenes.

A search warrant has been served on the residence and detectives are continuing to work this case.

“Preliminary information in this case leads investigators to believe that this was not a random incident,” officials said.

Officials ask that anyone with information on the identity of the suspect(s), contact the Cape Coral Police Department at 239-574-3223. You can also submit an anonymous tip. Go to www.capecops.com/tips or text a tip- text CCPD+”Your Message” to CRIMES (274637). Finally, you can call Crimestoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS.

Source: Cape Coral Police Department