A shooting on Sandy Bay First Nation has led to the arrest of a 33-year old man.

On Monday, June 29 Manitoba First Nation Police Service (MFNPS) received a report that a man was shooting at another individual in the area.

An RCMP unit that was in the area responded, and located a man suffering from 2 gunshot wounds.

The victim was taken to a hospital and is in stable condition, and was able to alert police to the location of the suspect.

MFNPS found the suspect inside his home along with a woman, where they were both taken into custody.

The 33-year old male suspect from Sandy Bay First Nation is facing multiple charges including attempted murder with a firearm, discharge firearm with intent, and unauthorized procession of a firearm.

The woman was released with no charges.

The investigation continues.