Manitoba First Nations Police Service is investigating a shooting at the Sandy Bay First Nation Water Treatment Plant.
Police were first contacted about the incident on October 5, 2021, but believe it occurred at some point within the three days leading up to the report.
Officers found multiple bullet holes in the building that appear to have come from different calibre weapons. Police say that the incident was extremely dangerous as the plant is staffed 24 hours a day and some of the bullets travelled through as many as five walls before exiting the building on the other side.
Police say they believe that at the time of the shooting employees were in the building.
Investigators say that there are indications that an ATV may have been involved in the incident.
Anyone with information that can help police or may have seen suspicious behaviour between October 2 and 5th near the Water Treatment Plant is asked to call (204) 843-7700 or the MFNPS anonymous tip line at 1-833-987-0048.
© News4.ca 2021