Montreal Police Officers May Be Knocking On Your Front Door Today

If you live in a certain borough of Montreal, you may get an unsolicited visit from a Montreal police officer today. 

As part of an ongoing investigation, the SPVM is heading to the Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce area to knock and doors and collect information on the whereabouts of an attempted murder suspect who allegedly shot another man on July 16th. 

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A “command post” for the door-to-door information hunt will be housed in front of an apartment complex at 3334 Linton Ave. (map) reports the Montreal Gazette, who obtained this information directly from the SPVM. 

The command post will be open from 7am to 3pm today, August 7th, and police officers will be knocking on the doors of nearby residents in hopes of finding someone in the area that will be able to provide information on the suspect.  

The victim, who was shot multiple times, is alive but still suffers from his “severe injuries,” the Montreal police told the Gazette. 

Who, exactly, are the police searching for?

A basic description was provided by the police, saying the suspect is male, in his 30s, and has gold dreadlocks with blond tips. When the crime was committed, police say the suspect was driving a blue hatchback and wearing “a dress shirt over a white t-shirt” and “Dickies black pants.”