Commuters aboard a public transit bus in Toronto Sunday afternoon found themselves in the path of danger when two people started shooting in the direction of their vehicle.

Toronto police say two men were seen chasing a third man down the street near Eglinton Avenue and Dufferin Street at around noon. Witnesses say they heard shots being fired.

Police found two bullet holes in the TTC bus. The bus was not packed at the time of the shooting.

No one was injured in the shooting but police say they have yet to locate the intended target.

Investigators are reviewing images from a security camera aboard the TTC bus, hoping to catch a glimpse of the suspects and the victims.

So far, police have a vague description of the shooter. They say he was wearing a green, hooded camouflage coat and was in his 20s.

Anyone who witnessed the incident or can provide police with information is asked to call 13 Division at 416-808-1300. Anonymous tips can be left with Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS.