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Friday, 7 May 2010

Nine arrested but Montreal police still unclear about string of café fires

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Nine arrested but Montreal police still unclear about string of café fires: "Despite making a series of arrests that further indicate street gangs were involved in a string of arson fires at Italian cafés, finding a motive to explain them remains complicated, says the head of the Montreal police organized crime division.
Nine people were arrested Thursday and face charges related to five of 18 fires that occurred, mostly in Italian cafés, between Sept. 22 and Jan. 24. They face charges related to fires set in four cafés and one reception hall.
Chief Inspector Bernard Lamothe said the nine, including a minor, are known associates of street gangs. But he also said that while a team of investigators continues to look at solving the 13 other fires, the reasons behind why Molotov cocktails were being tossed around during the four-month period appear to be complex.
Some theories that have emerged are that people associated with street gangs were hired to carry out the fires in an internal clash between two groups tied to the Montreal Mafia."

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