Montreal police seek public's help identifying 6 suspects in West Island repair scam

Oct 24 2019, 9:15 pm

The Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) are seeking the public’s help in identifying six suspects in a West Island repair scam.

According to the police’s news release, six suspects have been going door-to-door offering walkway and driveway repairs on homes. When clients agree, the suspects ask to be paid in full before disappearing without doing any of the agreed work.

Authorities say the suspects range in age from 25 to 45 and speak English with strong accents claiming to be from Ireland.

According to police, the first suspect is about 40 years old and has brown hair and a beard. He was seen wearing a black and red long-sleeved shirt, an orange worker jacket, navy blue trousers, and sports shoes.


The second suspect was seen wearing a navy cap with a logo, an orange worker jacker, beige pants, and black shoes.


The third suspect is about 45 years old, has brown hair, and was seen wearing a blue and white plaid shirt with black pants and brown shoes.


The fourth suspect is said to be about 25 years old and was seen wearing an orange worker jacket, blue pants, and brown work boots. He has a trimmed beard and brown hair.


The fifth suspect is also said to be about 25 years old and has black hair. He was seen wearing a white camisole with jeans and brown work boots.


The sixth suspect is said to be about 35 years old with brown hair. He was seen wearing a blue long-sleeved shirt, black pants, and grey shoes.


Anyone with information that could identify the suspects are asked to contact 911, go to their neighbourhood station, make an anonymous and confidential call to Info-Crime Montreal at 514-393-1133, or make a submission online.

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