06/26/2015 08:23 EDT | Updated 06/26/2016 05:59 EDT

Shooting in Surrey sends 2 people to hospital

Two people were taken to hospital, after a shooting in Surrey, B.C., early Friday morning.

Neighbour Monica Narula said around 1 a.m. PT, she heard four gunshots on Iona Place, near 123a Street. She said about two minutes later, police arrived.

"We heard a loud scream of a man, you know, screaming in agony," said Narula. "It's really scary. You're just relaxing in your living room, and then you hear something like that, of course it's really scary. It's very scary."

Inspector Anick Pasqua with Surrey RCMP said officers were responding to a mischief call on Iona Place, when another call came in about somebody being shot.

"Upon arrival we found there were two victims. Both victims have been taken to hospital," said Pasqua. "The one victim was in the cul-de-sac, and the other victim — that I would have to verify — I'm not sure where they were."

Pasqua wasn't sure how seriously the two victims were injured. She said one was non-life-threatening, and the other was uncertain, but possibly more serious.

Police don't have any suspects in custody.

"Right now we don't have anybody, we're trying to locate a suspect. We don't know if there's one, or two, or how many suspects. They're outstanding at this point," said Pasqua.