The Service de police de la Ville de Montréal is asking for help identifying protestors who took part in a destructive anti-curfew protest that caused damage to several businesses in the Old Port of Montreal.
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The protest resulted in broken windows for several local Montreal businesses, street fires and heavy police presence.
The SPVM has released videos showing protesters smashing windows and destroying signs.
Investigators encourage anyone with information about the events or the individuals involved to contact 438-229-4029.
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Le SPVM demande l’aide du public afin d’identifier un individu ayant déchargé une arme à air comprimé sur la façade… https://t.co/E7TXhiMg7i— Police Montréal (@Police Montréal) 1618608319.0
The SPVM also issued a Twitter call to Montrealers to help identify a man seen firing a gun at Centre Communautaire Islamique Assahaba in Saint-Leonard on April 5.
The suspect, seen on security footage with his face covered by a blue surgical mask, is a white male with brown hair who is approximately 18 years old.
By contacting Info-Crime Montréal, rewards of up to $2,000 can be given for information leading to the arrest of suspects, but certain conditions apply.