Police say they found no evidence of gunfire at Miramar Village in uptown White Rock Wednesday, after responding to a tenth-floor unit following a report of shots fired.

Police say they found no evidence of gunfire at Miramar Village in uptown White Rock Wednesday, after responding to a tenth-floor unit following a report of shots fired.

Report of ‘shots fired’ in White Rock comes up empty

Highrise window broken, but no evidence of gunfire.

Heavily armed police responded to one of the Miramar Village towers (15152 Russell Ave.)  Wednesday afternoon, following a report of possible shots fired.

Officers arrived to find a glass panel on a tenth-floor balcony blown out, however, quickly ruled out gunfire.

“There’s no bullet holes… no evidence to suggest anything violent,” Staff Sgt. Keith Bramhill said at the scene.

The incident was reported around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday (July 22).

Bramhill said police believe the shattering was temperature-related, and noted police were told there have been similar issues in the building.

 

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