Video reveals Calwell shooter’s potential car

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CCTV footage of a vehicle (silver Toyota Prado YIM27R) believed to be involved in the shooting and arson incident in Calwell.
VIDEO footage has been released showing a car, which is believed to be involved in the shooting and arson incident in Calwell on June 28. 

The car, a stolen silver Toyota Prado, with ACT registration YIM27R, was seen at about 10.40pm on Carter Crescent turning left onto Outtrim Avenue.

It was seen shortly before shots were fired at two residences and three cars were set alight.

One person was injured in the incident and was treated at the scene before being transported to hospital.

People with information such as the driver of the car or anyone who saw the vehicle that night or has any dash-cam footage of the Calwell area is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website quoting reference number 6281610.

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