Once again a gun was heard in Montreal. This time, on the night of Saturday to Sunday, it was in the Outremont borough.
The explosions were heard around 11:35 p.m. near Durocher and Beaubien streets West. According to initial information from the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM), the shots were fired from a moving car.
Once at the scene, SPVM officers found casings and noticed a bullet impact on a commercial building.
For the moment, no arrests have been made and no victims have come forward, said SPVM spokesperson Mariane Allaire-Morin.
The scene was protected by a security perimeter to allow investigators and the forensic identification technician to analyze it and understand the circumstances of this shooting.
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