Shots fired in Kamloops home invasion
A woman was treated for minor injuries after four masked men opened fire on her North Kamloops home early Tuesday morning (June 21) after attempting to break in, police say.
Kamloops Mounties were called to a home on Sitka Place at about 5:30 a.m.
Const. Bernie Ward said four men, wearing dark hoodies and bandanas over their faces, tried to enter the home through the front door.
When they were unsuccessful, they fled — but not before firing four shots at the home.
Ward said a female resident was treated at the scene by paramedics for minor injuries.
The suspects were seen leaving the area in a vehicle, but no description was provided to police.
Investigators are now trying to determine why the would-be robbers chose the Sitka Place home.