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Shots fired during early-morning fight among group of men in Abbotsford

Police say no one was shot during incident on Walmsley Avenue

Abbotsford Police are investigating reports of shots being fired early Sunday morning (May 17) during a fight among a group of men.

Police said they were called just before 2 a.m. about the fight in the 31000 block of Walmsley Avenue in west Abbotsford.

While officers were on the way, more calls were received that shots had been fired, and several cars were reported to be leaving the area.

Several people were detained but later released. Police said that no one was shot, but one man was taken to hospital to be treated for minor injuries.

The incident is still under investigation, and anyone with information or dashcam footage is asked to call the Abbotsford Police Department at 604-859-5225.

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