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Projectiles fired at houses and cars in Lotbinière

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The police opened an investigation.

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The Sûreté du Québec (SQ) is investigating to find criminals who, for weeks, have been firing compressed air weapon projectiles at residences and cars in Lotbinière.

The investigation tends to show that the damage was caused by a firearm type "airsoft". The suspect(s) are traveling in a vehicle, specifies Frédéric Deshaies, spokesperson for the SQ.

The police have received nearly 30 complaints since the beginning of December.

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Windows and window coverings residences were damaged.

These episodes have fortunately not caused any injuries for the moment, but houses and several vehicles have been damaged .

The police are asking the public for help in their investigation to find the criminals.

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Citizens who have information or who have witnessed suspicious events are invited to call 1 800 659-4264.

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