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N.B. RCMP investigating after bullet holes found on Saint-Léonard public library

An RCPM/GRC police car, with lights and siren on. THE CANADIAN PRESS IMAGES/Bayne Stanley

Police are investigating after seven bullet holes were found in the wall of a public library in Saint-Léonard, N.B., on Friday. 

Local police were able to confirm loud noises came from the area of the Dr. Lorne J. Violette Public Library around 10:15 p.m., Thursday.

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No staff were in the building at the time.

West District RCMP member Jean-Pierre Bouchard said no suspects have been identified yet.

New Brunswick RCMP are investigating after bullet holes were found in a public library.
New Brunswick RCMP are investigating after bullet holes were found in a public library. New Brunswick RCMP -

He believes this to be an isolated incident.

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Bouchard said there is no evidence that anyone was targeted and that it is most likely an act of mischief.

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Saint-Léonard RCMP are still in the early stages of their investigation.

They are asking the public to come forward if they have any information about the incident.

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