Sunday, March 14, 2010

Vandals hit police station, 11 patrol cars MONTREAL CANADA

A group of 15 to 20 people vandalized the  police station and 11 police cars on the corner of Notre Dame St. W and  Dominion St. in St. Henri.

A group of 15 to 20 people vandalized the police station and 11 police cars on the corner of Notre Dame St. W and Dominion St. in St. Henri.

Updated: Sat Mar. 13 2010 11:40:11 AM

Windows were shattered, computers damaged and graffiti was printed over 11 police patrol cars and a police station overnight Saturday.

Just after midnight, a group of 15 to 20 people vandalized the police station on the corner of Notre Dame St. W and Dominion St. in Little Burgundy. The building houses the traffic division for Centre-Sud and is not occupied in the evenings, explained police.

The letters FTP and ACAB, meant to mean "F--- the police" and "All cops are bastards," were also written in graffiti on the walls of the building, confimed police.

They broke windows of 11 police vehicles in the parking lot of the station.

"They damaged a couple of on-board computers. They also broke windows of the police station and wrote grafitti on some walls," said Montreal police Const. Daniel Lacoursiere.

At least three on-board computers were damaged at a cost of $5,000 each, said police.

Neighbours called police

An eyewitness told CTV's Derek Conlon the group was in the parking lot, where there were no bright lights or cameras.

A nearby resident, who preferred not to be named, said he heard noises from his home.

"We heard some noise, (which) sounded like glass breaking, but we weren't sure. We stepped out on the balcony and saw 15 to 20 people running down the street, dressed in black, their faces coverd in black. It was a bit scary to see," the resident told Conlon.

The man said he called 911.

Police arrived ten minutes later, but the vandals were gone, said the neighbour.

No arrests have been made so far.

Lead up to anti-brutality march

The annual police anti-brutality demonstration takes place Monday, and police say they anticipate the possibility of more vandalisms leading up to the event.

The demonstration against police brutality, which has become marked violent altercations between protestors and police, led to over 200 arrests last year.

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