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Gun play over weekend in Surrey

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Surrey Mounties are trying to make sense of some gunplay over the weekend, two incidents that could be unrelated.

The first began on Saturday at 6 p.m. when two cars heading southbound on 152 Street near 70A Avenue started shooting at each other.

A champagne colored Toyota Camry and a blue Ford Focus exchanged gunfire there and proceeded southbound where the Camry collided with a Lexus.

The Camry spun to a stop, and the driver of the Focus proceeded to begin shooting again at the driver of the Camry.

The Camry and the Focus were last seen driving westbound on 66 Avenue.

Then at 3 a.m. on Sunday, someone drove by and shot at several parked vehicles in the 13400-block of 57 Avenue.

Police are describing the incidents at "targeted" and have no indication at this point to believe the two are related.

The investigation continues.

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