Ottawa Police Services are searching for Abraham Bihi, 27, after an early morning shootout on Aug. 26 near the Woodroffe campus. The police believe Bihi was allegedly involved in the shooting.
The guns and gangs unit found upwards of 40 bullet casings on 2:30 a.m. around the intersection of Navaho Drive and Woodroffe Avenue after receiving multiple 911 calls from nearby residents.
No injuries were reported.
Shortly after the incident Joseph Madore, 25, checked himself into an Ottawa hospital with non life-threatening injuries pertaining to the shootout. He was later released from the hospital and is on the run.
Police are looking for Madore’s grey 2009 Acura TL with Ontario plates CBYE918.
Ottawa police believe the shootout between Madore and Bihi stemmed from a rivalry, and that several different types of weapons had been used.
According to a news release from Ottawa Police, Madore and Bihi are facing multiple firearm related charges as well as discharging a firearm and being reckless as to the life or safety of another person.
Madore and Bihi are on the run and are considered armed and dangerous.
Anyone with information regarding the ongoing investigation is encouraged to contact the Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.