Two parked cars in Pierrefonds damaged by gunshots

Montreal police officer at a crime scene in Montreal. Mario Beauregard/The Canadian Press

Montreal police are investigating after gunshots were fired at two parked cars in Pierrefonds on the West Island early Thursday.

At around 1:20 a.m., several 911 calls alerted police to shots fired on Olympia Street near Gouin Boulevard near the Boise-de-Liesse nature park in Pierrefonds.

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Police discovered bullet holes in two parked cars, one on the street and another in a private driveway.

There we no reported injuries and no suspects.

The police canine unit was called in to help investigate.

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