OPP seeking people involved in gunshot incident

By Rosalind Russell-

Mississauga First Nation Police Service and East Algoma OPP are looking for information after gunshots were fired in Mississauga First Nation.
Police say a pickup truck parked on West Street and two people, who are believed to be male, got out of the vehicle. 

Police say both were wearing dark hoodies, one with a thin white stripe down the arm and the other with yellow writing on the front. 

They add one person had running shoes with a white stripe around the shoe and the other person had shoes with a white heel and toe.
According to the OPP, the suspects left the parked pick-up truck and walked northbound on West Street and moments later, multiple gun shots could be heard discharging at the residence.  
A possible third suspect, believed to be female, could also be heard at the scene while the firearms were being discharged. The suspects left the scene in the pick-up in an unknown direction.
The two occupants of the residence did not sustain any injuries.
Anyone with information regarding those responsible for this weapons incident are asked to contact the Ontario Provincial Police or Crime Stoppers

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