Windsor Police Investigating Two Shootings

Friday April 1st, 2022

Posted at 8:27pm

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Windsor Police Service is investigating two separate shooting incidents.

On Thursday, March 31st, 2022, at approximately 10:45pm, police were called to the area of Tecumseh Road East and Pillette Road for shots fired.

Officers searched the surrounding area and located multiple spent shell casings in the area of Tecumseh Road East and Arthur Road.

Information was obtained that a dark-coloured sedan fled the scene at a high rate immediately after the incident, possibly southbound or westbound from Tecumseh Road East at Arthur Road. There were no reported injuries from the incident.

Then around 1:30am on Friday, April 1st, 2022; police say they were called to second shots fired call in the area of McKay Avenue and University Avenue West.

Officers located several spent shell casings in the 300 block of McKay Avenue, in the area of University Avenue West at Cameron Avenue and in the alley between McKay Avenue and Cameron Avenue.

Officers received information that a white SUV-type vehicle was observed exiting the alley between Cameron Avenue and McKay Avenue and headed towards University Avenue West. Investigators believe this vehicle was involved in the incident and requested the public’s assistance for information.

Information was also received that two black males, both wearing dark clothing, were seen entering another vehicle, possibly a white two-door Acura. The suspect vehicle fled the scene at a high rate of speed westbound on University Avenue West from Cameron Avenue. It is believed that the occupants of this vehicle were in possession of a firearm.

While conducting the investigation in the 300 block of Cameron Avenue, officers located a parked vehicle and a residence that sustained damages from being struck by a bullet.

Police are asking anyone in the area of Arthur Road and Tecumseh Road East and in the area of University Avenue West, between McKay Avenue and Cameron Avenue, with surveillance camera or anyone who happened to be driving in the area during the incident and equipped with a dashcam, are requested to check their footage for any possible evidence.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Windsor Police Service at 519-255-6700 ext. 4830, ext. 4000 (after hours), Crime Stoppers anonymously at 519-258-8477 (TIPS) or online at www.catchcrooks.com.

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