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Le SPVM investigating an exchange of gunfire in Montreal-Nord

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At arrival of the police, the perpetrators of the shots had already fled the scene.

Radio-Canada

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The Montreal City Police Service (SPVM) is investigating an exchange of gunfire that occurred early in the afternoon. noon, Monday, in the Montréal-Nord borough.

For the moment, the SPVM has not reported any victims or arrests.

It was around 1:15 p.m. that 911 received a call reporting an exchange of gunfire on rue Prieur, not far from Georges Park.

When the police arrived, the perpetrators had already fled the scene, specifies the SPVM.

According to initial information, the people involved were in two vehicles.

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The SPVM, which dispatched the canine squad, reports that shell casings were found on the scene.

< p class="StyledBodyHtmlParagraph-sc-48221190-4 hnvfyV">The investigators comb the scene with a fine-tooth comb. They also intend to view surveillance cameras in search of clues.

Later in the afternoon, the SPVM reported the discovery of a vehicle with projectile impacts. It could be linked to the Montréal-Nord shooting, according to police.

The investigation continues.

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