Quebec police deny ignoring concerns of merchants on Quebec’s Mayrand Avenue. They have been the worst victims of theft and break-ins in recent months.
A spokesperson for Quebec City’s (SPVQ) police department assured Monday that the investigation is active and progressing.
“The investigation continues on our side, explained Sandra Dion. Obviously, when there are violations or [s’]Many crimes are committed in an area where surveillance and patrolling are done.
Newspaper KRWN reported Sunday that at least three establishments, including a barber shop, were hit by a wave of burglaries again in July.
The SPVQ, for its part, can confirm that a file was opened in July in relation to a breach and arterial entry, and another is on the way.
The case is taken seriously and reports are treated with care, we assure you.
According to Ms.me Deo.
The incidents follow the first series of thefts in May, which raised serious concerns among many traders.
At the time, the SPVQ confirmed more than a dozen files had been opened for break-ins and thefts worth a few thousand dollars at businesses in the shopping street area.
We learned that two suspects, a 50-year-old man and a 43-year-old woman, were arrested by police after breaking and entering a business on Chemin Sainte-Foy.
Investigators suspected them of being linked to several other robberies in the Rue Myrand area. They interrogated them and released them promising to appear later.
According to the SPVQ, no other arrests have been made since these two arrests.
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