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Three suspects of a major jewelry theft still wanted –


Three suspects of a major jewelry theft possibly armed on January 25 are still wanted by the Longueuil Agglomeration Police Service (SPAL), after a first search notice issued in July.

At around 4 p.m. on January 25, the police intervened in a parking lot near the 1401, chemin de Chambly shopping center, in the arrondissement. du Vieux-Longueuil, after a call was placed to 911 concerning an assault with a weapon followed by a theft.

A 77-year-old man was reportedly attacked while he was near his vehicle. Five suspects, possibly armed, have fled with several jewels. The victim was in shock when help arrived and was taken to hospital, where he had to stay for some time. He will retain the aftermath of this event.

A first suspect was arrested by the SPAL on July 16. Then, on July 23, in collaboration with the Peel Regional Police, SPAL investigators arrested a 40-year-old man in Mississauga, Ontario. The two individuals, who are known to police for similar offenses and are said to be linked to an organized group, face charges of robbery, conspiracy and pointing a gun.

The first suspect still wanted is a woman of around 25, with brown eyes and hair. At the time of the crime, she was wearing a gray scarf, black coat, white waistcoat, black pants, black boots, and white headphones.

The second suspect is a man of about 30, with brown eyes and hair and wearing glasses. He was wearing a black coat with a beige fur collar and green pants at the time of the crime.

The third suspect is a man of about 30 with brown hair. On January 25, he wore a dark coat and white and black sneakers with red soles.

Any information about this crime or the three suspects can be submitted anonymously to Crime Stoppers, by calling 1-800-711-1800 or by reporting online at their website Or on their Facebook page.

Anyone who has provided information leading to the indictment of one or more suspects could obtain, upon request, a reward of up to $ 3,000. (GM)




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