RCMP are asking for your help to find the suspect involved in a shooting in Sunset Ridge on Thursday evening. 

All residents in Cochrane's largest neighbourhood were ordered to shelter-in-place for approximately one hour as a heavy police presence responded to the firearms incident. 

The shooting happened outside of a home at around 6:45 p.m. 

The shelter-in-place order was lifted once RCMP learned the suspect fled the area. 

RCMP Public Information Officer, Cpl. Mathew Howell said they do know that the suspect is a male, but they have very limited details.

"As of right now we do not have a suspect, which is why we are asking for information for videos in hopes that we are able to identify them." 

Mounties are asking for dashcam or other video footage of the shooting or of the Jeep Wrangler, or doorbell camera footage. 

"He clearly fled along Highway 22 where he abandoned the Jeep, after that, the search area gets bigger and bigger. Right now we're hoping to track the vehicle from there to Highway 22. So trying to track which route they took and hopefully we'll better be able to identify from there where he may have gone." 

The suspect quickly fled the scene of the black Jeep Wrangler which was left abandoned along Highway 22 near View Ridge Place. 

There were no injuries reported.

Police believe the shooting was targeted, and no one in the community of Sunset Ridge is at risk.

If anyone has any information, dashcam or other video footage in relation to this incident, please contact the Cochrane RCMP at 403-932-2211, or your local police.  If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8377 (TIPS).

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