They ring the bell at night to harass: three suspects wanted in Beauport

They ring the bell at night to harass: three suspects wanted in Beauport

The suspects hide their faces before ringing the bell insistently during the night. The scene was filmed by a surveillance camera.

Quebec police are asking for the public's help in locating three suspects who allegedly committed criminal harassment in Beauport on August 27th. The three people, one of whom was armed with a stick, spread fear after ringing the doorbell of a residence in the middle of the night.

On August 27, 2022 around 2 a.m., the three suspects showed up at the door of a residence in the Beauport sector. They are ringing insistently, specifies the Service de police de la Ville de Québec (SPVQ). The suspects hide their faces and one of them has a stick in his possession. They end up leaving the place a few minutes later.

According to the SPVQ, the suspects caused a strong feeling of insecurity among the victims since another similar event occurred on August 24 at the same residence.

The suspects could face charges of criminal harassment, trespassing at night, mischief, carrying a weapon in a dangerous design and wearing a disguise.

Police are concerned about the increase in such crimes since the beginning of the summer.

“Since the beginning of the summer, we have noticed that the ringing and leaving phenomenon has increased in severity. In this case, criminal offenses have been committed, which seriously affects citizens' sense of security”

— Service de police de la Ville de Québec

C&# x27; is a phenomenon that is not new. We have complaints throughout our territory. What you have to understand is that the situation this time is a little different. The suspects are masked and with a stick, specifies David Pelletier, spokesperson.

It asks citizens to contact the police if they recognize the people in the video.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Previous post Police radioed to presence of child ahead of Kawartha Lakes shooting
Next post 'Top secret' files discovered in Donald Trump's residence