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Three charged in shooting at CrossIron Mills

Calgary police and RCMP on scene after a shooting at CrossIron Mills Mall on Sept. 16, 2019. (PHOTO: Tom Ross - 660 NEWS)

CALGARY (660 NEWS) – RCMP have charged three men in relation to the shooting at CrossIron Mills earlier this year.

The Southern Alberta District Crime Reduction Unit (CRU) took over the investigation of the shooting which happened on Sept. 16.

WATCH: Shooting at CrossIron Mills

“This shooting affected a lot of people,” said RCMP Cpl. Laurel Scott. “There was lots of patrons at the mall. There was lots of agencies involved in the investigation of this shooting so i know that everyone was very concerned about this.”

On Sunday, the CRU arrested and charged three Calgary men.

Dakota Brandon Bolton, 25, Carl James Schuyler, 35, and Jari Erkki Manner, 37, face numerous charges including attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder.

Cpl. Scott believes this was a targetted attack and RCMP aren’t looking for any more suspects.