Police in Montreal released a photo of a man who robbed a store at gunpoint on January 23. The suspect is still on the loose, so the SPVM is turning to the public to help them identify the man.

Police are urging anyone with information to contact 9-1-1 or Info-Crime at 514-393-1133 or online.

TL;DR Police are turning to the public in an attempt to find a man who was implicated in an armed robbery in Les Cours Mont-Royal on January 23. Anyone with information is urged to contact 9-1-1 or Info-Crime at 514-393-1133 or online.

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A photo was released of the man in action, gun drawn, in the store located in Les Cours Mont Royal on Peel Street.

Le #SPVM recherche un suspect impliqué dans un vol à main armée.
Pour en savoir + : https://t.co/pFPE73f1s4 pic.twitter.com/li6ijwWzY2

March 8, 2019

The suspect was wearing a black hat, a blue jacket and beige boots. According to police, the man waited until the store was closed to rob the store. The store has not been named in the police briefing.

No information is available as to whether the robbery was successful, or if anyone was hurt while the crime took place.

You can read the statement from the SPVM here.

This is the second time this week that a police appeal for public help has attracted widespread attention.

On Wednesday, Longueuil police released a video of a man stealing a car with three children inside. The man abandonned the car as soon as he noticed the children in the back seat and all three children are safe. The police released a video of the event in an attempt to identify the individual.

Watch the video below:

Le @PoliceSPAL demande l’aide du public afin d’identifier l'homme qui a volé une Honda Odyssey 2015 noire avec 3 enfants à bord le 25 février vers 17 h 50 dans le stationnement d’une garderie située au 125 Coulonge à Longueuil. Vidéo : https://t.co/MZFJlzB5Ur
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March 6, 2019

Police are urging anyone with information on the downtown Montreal robbery to contact 9-1-1 or Info-Crime at 514-393-1133 or online. Tips will remain anonymous and confidential.

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