Lasalle | Police are looking for a suspect who allegedly beat up the child

Lasalle |  Police are looking for a suspect who allegedly beat up the child

Montreal police are looking for a suspected hit-and-run. He reportedly left the area in late April after a road accident in which a child was injured.

The Collision Investigation Unit of the Montreal City Police Service (SPVM) is attempting to identify the suspect and locate witnesses to the collision.

A child was injured during the incident on April 28 in LaSalle borough.

The victim was allegedly struck by a dark gray Mazda CX-3 near the intersection of Rejean Street and Dollard Avenue around 3 p.m. The fact that the driver left the scene before police officers arrived indicated the police force.

Photo courtesy of SPVM

Suspicious vehicle.

“The SPVM is trying to identify the occupants of the white Honda Civic that was traveling near the incident and the owner of the black Tesla that was parked on the side of Rayjane Street near Marie-Claire Street,” the SPVM said in a press release.

  • Wanted Tesla vehicle.

    Photo courtesy of SPVM

    Wanted Tesla vehicle.

  • The Honda vehicle was searched.

    Photo courtesy of SPVM

    Searched for a Honda vehicle.


According to authorities, the driver of the car involved is believed to be dark-skinned and between 20 and 35 years old. He is around 1.70m tall and has short, curly hair. He was driving a dark gray Mazda CX-3.

Anyone with information that could assist investigators in this case is asked to contact 911 or their local station. A report can be made anonymously and confidentially with Info-Crime Montreal at 514 393-1133.

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