The shooting took place Sunday evening in the Villere – St.-Michel-Park-Extension borough while other shots were reported at different events in the Montreal-North borough.
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Caroline Chavrefils, a spokeswoman for the Service de Police de la Ville de Montreal (SPVM), said two suspicious vehicles opened fire at the intersection of 42nd Street and 25th Avenue at around 7pm before fleeing.
There were no suspects or victims at the scene, but cartridge cases were found on the ground and a projectile effect was seen on the fence.
This scene was saved for researchers and forensic identification technicians from SPVM to determine the circumstances of the incident. The canine unit was also requested to search for evidence and meet with witnesses.
Other gunshots were heard at the intersection of Rue Prior and Avenue de London within minutes of the incident, but also at the intersection of Avenue Armond-Lavergne. And Rs de Amians in Montreal-Nord.
Two men were also shot dead in the second incident, but we are not afraid for their lives.
No link has been established between all these events.