Police asking for photos from Montreal concert that could offer clues in murder case
The SPVM (Service de police de la Ville de Montreal) sent out a call for witnesses hoping to obtain any media from concertgoers that could offer some clues in a murder case.
Barflies and music fans are being urged to check their cameras for clues.
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On Sunday, December 2, two men were shot after attending a concert at the Belmont on St-Laurent Boulevard.
Early the following day, several people had been shot and 31-year-old Elisha Vernon Davis died in hospital as a result.
Police are asking anyone who was in the bar that night to send in photos and videos from before and after the attack.
According to the police statement, several people present that night filmed footage and took pictures of the concert. Investigators have reason to believe that images taken inside and outside the bar during the evening could offer some insight into the case.
The SPVM invites anyone who was present to forward media files to [email protected].
It is not necessary that the images or videos do not specifically attract aggression.
The Montreal police department says it will treat all emails anonymously and discreetly.