The RCMP is providing an update on a shooting incident which saw teenagers open fire at an unmarked police vehicle in Dauphin.

Dauphin RCMP executed a search warrant on April 20th at a residence after their investigation led to the identification and charges against three suspects involved in a shooting in the early morning hours of that morning.

The Police report shows that a search resulted in the seizure of four non-restricted firearms and several magazines that had apparently been modified into prohibited devices. 

Storm Gabriel (19), Jayden Peters (19), and a 15-year-old male, all from Dauphin, have been charged with numerous firearm-related offences and other charges from previous firearm-related incidents in the city.

The two other youths who were arrested initially have now been released without charge.

"These recent shootings have put the safety of everyone in the community at risk,” says Superintendent Jeff Asmundson, West District Commander for the Manitoba RCMP. “Thanks to quick work by our officers, including Police Service Dog, Marook, we were able to quickly locate and apprehend these suspects along with several firearms.”

The RCMP investigation remains ongoing.