Two brothers have been officially charged after the shooting in Marlborough Park Monday, leaving one man dead, and two others injured.A 14-year-old male has been charged with one count of first-degree murder and two counts of attempted murder. his 18-year-old brother has been charged with one count of accessory to murder after the fact. They will appear in court Thursday. Due to the age of the assailant, his identity is protected, as is the 18-year-old's identity due to his relation to the youth. Shots fired in the parking lot of the Trans Canada Centre, located in the 1400 block of 52 St. N.E. at approximately 2 p.m. on Monday.Calgary Police Service (CPS) rushed to the scene where they discovered one man dead and a man and a woman suffering from gunshot wounds. The surviving victims were transported to the hospital, where they currently remain in stable condition.Police say the two survivors were accompanying the man who was killed, but they were likely not the targets. They do believe the dead man was a target. "We believe the one victim was one of the targeted ones, the other two victims were in presence of company of that person, we don’t believe they were targets," Sgt. Sean Gregson of the Homicide Unit told the Western Standard Tuesday. The incident prompted an immediate and extensive response from officers across CPS. Witnesses on the scene provided crucial information, including a description of the suspects and their getaway vehicle, a black truck. Patrol officers, in a bid to mitigate public and officer safety risks, utilized HAWCS to track the speeding black truck in northeast and southeast Calgary. The pursuit led to the truck's abandonment in the parking lot of Chinook Centre on Macleod Tr. S.W.The suspects, subsequently identified as two brothers aged 14 and 18, fled from the abandoned truck to two residences situated in the 3200 and 3400 block of 30A Avenue S.E. Police successfully contained the residences, taking multiple individuals into custody. Charges against the two brothers are pending and further details will be disclosed once formal charges are laid.An autopsy, scheduled for November 15, will confirm the victim's identity, marking the 18th homicide of the year.Investigators are linking this incident to ongoing organized crime conflicts in Calgary, engaging resources from the Organized Crime and Offender Management Section to suppress and prevent potential retaliatory attacks.Gregson commended the collaboration between Calgarians and the police in addressing gun violence. "Organized-crime-related homicides are historically the most difficult cases to solve and because of the quick action from citizens and our police officers, charges are pending," he said.And he said while young offenders have been involved in crime before, having a 14-year-old arrested takes it to "a very serious and concerning level."In response to the incident's impact on the community, the Victim Assistance Support Team (VAST) and District 4 Community Resources Officers have been deployed to the area surrounding the Trans Canada Centre. They will support and engage with businesses and citizens affected by the shooting. Those in need can reach VAST at 403-428-8398 or toll-free at 1-888-327-7828.The investigation is ongoing, with officers continuing to search the residences in the 3200 and 3400 block of 30A Avenue S.E. The police are appealing to the public for dashcam footage related to the incident. Specifically, they are seeking footage of suspicious vehicles, individuals, or activities in the areas surrounding the Trans Canada Centre, Chinook Centre, and the 3200 to 3400 block of 30A Ave. S.E. during the specified time frames.