At 6 a.m. on Thursday morning, the owner of 3734 called 911 after discovering his shop had been vandalized with white paint.
The restaurant is located on Notre-Dame Street, near Turgeon in Saint-Henri.
“One of the windows was smashed around 2 a.m. with a fire extinguisher,” Montreal police spokesperson, Benoit Boiselle, said.
“The culprits sprayed paint using the same extinguisher on furniture, floors and ceilings; they fled by foot in an unknown direction.”
Montreal police obtained security camera footage from the restaurant’s owner.
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The shop shared images of Thursday morning’s attack via its Facebook page.
No arrests have been made.
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This is not the first time the restaurant has been targeted.
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Just a little over a year ago, approximately 30 masked individuals ransacked the restaurant while smashing windows, stealing goods and spray-painting the property.
Montreal police believe Thursday’s attack may have been motivated by anti-gentrification sentiment.
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