Video Shows Someone Shooting At An Islamic Community Centre In Montreal

No one was injured.
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Video Shows Someone Shooting At An Islamic Community Centre In Montreal

A Monday Facebook post by Centre Communautaire Islamique Assahaba shows someone firing what the centre says was an air gun at the building on rue Bélanger.

This article contains graphic content that might not be suitable for some readers.

A video posted Tuesday depicts a masked individual* approaching the building and firing 11 shots before running away.  

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"Please note that the bullets fired caused holes in the windows but [...] without causing injuries," explained the Assahaba community centre. 

The SPVM tells MTL Blog that it's investigating.

There are no further details at this time.

*This article has been updated.

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