The Sûreté du Québec launched a high-risk operation in connection with the assassination of Gregory Woolley, a man close to the mafia, on Highway 10, which took place Friday morning, but it was ultimately determined that the targeted vehicle was not connected to the murder.
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The police got information that a black SUV was involved in the case.
Officers spotted a vehicle matching this description on the side of Highway 10, and a high-risk operation ensued.
A video obtained by TVA Nouvelles shows police officers approaching a black SUV, weapons in hand, ready to intervene.
At the end of the intervention, Mr. They realized the vehicle had nothing to do with Woolley’s murder.
Northbound Highway 10 was closed to traffic for several minutes to allow for the operation.
A burnt-out vehicle matching the description was found in Pointe-Saint-Charles and may be the vehicle sought by authorities.
Mario Beauregard/Agence QMI
The Sûreté du Québec investigation into the matter continues.
Check out the footage in the video above
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