Montreal Police Are Looking For 3 Suspects Connected To A Stabbing In Ahuntsic (Video)
The men have been at large for over two months.
- Three men are wanted by Montreal police in connection with a November stabbing in Ahuntsic-Cartierville.
- The SPVM has posted a video of the suspects hoping that someone can identify them.
The Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) is on the hunt for three suspects who are wanted in connection to a stabbing. The incident occurred in the Ahuntsic-Cartierville borough on November 26, 2019, at around 7 p.m. According to the Montreal police report, the SPVM identified five suspects related to the incident and has arrested two of them. The SPVM released security camera footage on its official YouTube channel, hoping that the public can assist in the search.
The armed assault happened on boulevard Henri-Bourassa Ouest near avenue de Bois-de-Boulogne. Reports indicate that two groups of men got into an altercation, which resulted in one 24-year-old individual hospitalized with multiple stab wounds.
Three suspects are currently still at large.
Montreal police have no details related to the age or occupation of these three individuals. The security camera footage shows three men, each wearing dark jackets, near an unspecified dépanneur and walking in an unspecified parking lot.
The SPVM asks the public to contact emergency services or Info-Crime Montréal if anyone has any clue who these three men are. They were last seen in Ahuntsic-Cartierville.
One suspect (seen below) was wearing a dark hat, dark coat, green sneakers, and had white headphones in his ears.
The man was seen entering and exiting the dépanneur and seemed to be talking to the dep's clerk.
The other two men were captured on security footage walking around in a parking lot. It's unclear if the parking lot is attached to the dépanneur.
Both men were wearing dark jackets. One of them appears to have stud earrings and long curly hair tied up in a ponytail.
A suspect (below) was spotted walking across a parking lot. The quality of the video is very low and despite the well-lit environment, his facial features are indistinguishable.
Police ask anyone with information to contact 911 or Info-Crime Montréal at 514-393-1133 or online.
The complete public police report is available online here.