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Multiple gunshots fired in the air during Wednesday night altercation on Frood Road

Police say they are canvassing neighbourhood for video footage, more information

Greater Sudbury Police are investigating after an incident on Frood Road Wednesday night involving an altercation between four people that led to one of the people firing a gun in the air multiple times.

Police say that just before 11:45 p.m. Nov. 18, they received multiple calls regarding what was believed to be gunshots being fired in the area of Frood Road.

As officers were making their way to the area, additional information was provided that several individuals were seen arguing outside of a residence prior to the sound of gunshots being heard.

Officers arrived in the area of the residence and located multiple shell casings on the ground outside of the home.

Police canvassed the area and located video surveillance equipment. After reviewing the footage it was determined that four individuals were involved in what appeared to be a physical altercation that led to one of the individuals firing a gun into the air multiple times. The individuals then fled the area on foot.

The individuals are described as four men wearing dark clothing.

Officers are currently in the area of Frood Road canvassing for information and additional video footage.

Anyone with information related to the incident or video surveillance equipment in the area is asked to contact the GSPS Criminal Investigation Division at 705-675-9171.

You can also contact Crime Stoppers at 705- 222-TIPS or online at