Two houses on the same street where the elderly live were looted this weekend in the Sowmeady district of Lavalin, which increased the frustration of residents in the face of numerous violent incidents.
The perpetrators allegedly attacked Favreau Street on Friday evening.
After breaking open the backyard door of a house, they turned the three bedrooms upside down, but took no valuables.
The couple, who have lived there for decades, made the confusing discovery when they returned from salad on Sunday.
“They’re looking for the big, forward, dangerous, owner who wants to keep his name quiet. It happened here this week, and next week it will be the other way around. [du quartier]. “
In addition to the two suspicious vehicles, a couple interviewers found that a man and a woman in their 30s were able to explore the area just before midnight. Newspaper.
100 meters away, still in Ru Favro, the traitors would have been broken.
This time, in addition to looting the premises, they dared to spread the ashes of the owner’s husband who had gone to camp during the incident.
“It’s sacred,” she said. Emotionally immersed, he refused to speak Newspaper.
Laval Police spokeswoman Stephanie Peshara said it was too early to tell if the two incidents were linked.
These crimes come as no surprise to residents of Favro Street, which has been plagued by rising crime in recent years.
“Almost every house here has been looted,” laments 30-year-old Max, pointing to neighboring apartments.
This is compounded by the shootings that continue to sow terror.
Less than a kilometer away, a 14-year-old boy was shot dead last May on the boulevard Curé-Labelle near Boulevard Le Carrefour while returning from a party.
“It’s getting worse every day,” says Maddie Goodluck, who thinks she’ll move in a few months.
“I have surveillance cameras and a warning system,” says another resident.
“Music geek. Coffee lover. Devoted food scholar. Web buff. Passionate internet guru.”
In pictures | They rescue this horse from a swimming pool in terror
Old Port fire: Father of one of victims files lawsuit for more than $22 million
Centuries and centuries later, the Vatican rejects the “doctrine of discovery.”