Man in hospital after daylight shooting in Montreal North

Montreal police officer at a crime scene in Montreal, Que., Sunday, February 14, 2021. Mario Beauregard/The Canadian Press

Police are investigating after a shooting in Montreal North Tuesday afternoon sent a 41-year-old man to hospital.

Montreal police spokesperson Julien Lévesque said multiple 911 calls came in at around 5:30 p.m. reporting gunshots heard in the vicinity of Dagenais Boulevard and Rolland Street.

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Lévesque said a few minutes later, another 911 caller reported a gunshot victim at the intersection of de Charleroi Street and Lacordaire Boulevard.

When officers arrived at the scene they located a a 41-year-old man with upper body injuries.

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He was rushed to hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

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Lévesque said the victim is known to Montreal police and is not cooperating with the investigation.

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With the help of a canine unit, one shell casing was recovered near the intersection of Villeneuve Street and Rolland Boulevard.

No arrests have been made.

A team of investigators has been dispatched to the scene.

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