October 1, 2022

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The perpetrators must be severe

A man from Montreux has been charged with felony criminal mischief for his alleged misconduct.

“I understand that there are scores to solve the culprits, but Thapar *** Q, make sure you do not get the wrong person”, begins the one who wants to hide his identity.

The 50-year-old says he was shocked by what happened at his home on March 4.

That night, just after midnight, he left his semi-detached ground at St. Stephen’s in St.-Philippe.

Suddenly a loud noise was heard. When I looked back, the rear door glass was broken.

At first I thought it was broken by the bitter cold. But when analyzing the scene, he found two holes in his front door that turned into bullet holes.

“A bullet went into the house. They missed me in a few seconds. I came a hair’s breadth without dying, ”he dropped.

Knowing that he had nothing to complain about, the factory supervisor immediately alerted the authorities.

Bad goal

After the investigation, Sûreté du Québec’s main criminal division concluded that “there is an error about the victim’s residence and its occupants because they were not the target of the suspect or suspects.”

“The police told me they sent a message to the ‘middle class’ that I had nothing to do with them because I wanted to know how they were going to ensure my safety,” said the man, who lives alone with his son. This apartment is only from the fall.

“If they want to kill each other, I’m not interested, but they must be careful in protecting innocent people,” he added. I find it regrettable, I was shocked. ⁇

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No arrests have been made so far in this case. The investigation is ongoing.

If you have information about this case, you can confidentially contact Sûreté du Québec’s Criminal Information Center at 1 800 659-4264.