DAWSON CREEK, B.C. -- Dawson Creek RCMP arrested one man after a weekend shooting and police pursuit, but multiple suspects are still at large.

Police responded to reports of shots fired from a vehicle at a residence near 118th Avenue and 12th Street around 2 PM on Saturday.

According to a news release, the vehicle in question was believed to be occupied by four people at the time. A witness told CJDC-TV police spent around 45 minutes searching for the suspects.

Around 3pm, officers located the vehicle nearby with only one male occupant who fled at a high rate of speed. Around five officers pursued the vehicle for close to ten minutes. 

However, the vehicle came to a stop and was immobilized after trying to cross railway tracks North of 15th Street and Alaska Avenue. The man then attempted to flee on foot, but was tracked down and arrested by police with the help of the Canine Unit and BC Highway patrol.

A witness to the shooting says he saw two suspects carrying rifles. He told CJDC-TV that particular residence has been at the centre of gun violence in the past.

No injuries were reported during the shooting. 

The investigation is ongoing and police say there are three other suspects at large. Mounties say the shooting is believed to be a targeted act and there does not appear to be a threat to the public.

No charges have been laid as of yet. 

Dawson Creek RCMP have asked the public for surveillance or dash camera footage that may have captured the initial shooting or the pursuit.