New sketch of suspect in Baie d'Urfe shooting
Montreal police have released a new composite sketch of a suspect wanted in the attempted murder at an SAQ outlet in Baie D'Urfe in 2010.
Sun Youth has doubled the award to 20-thousand dollars for information that will lead to an arrest.
On October 18th, 2010 around noon time two men walked into the SAQ on Morgan Road and opened fire on the only employee inside at the time.
The woman was shot in the neck and left paralyzed.
Montreal police West Island Commander Dominique Leduc hopes this photo breathes new life into the case.
"I saw the victim a couple of months ago and it's hard to see her. So that's why for me and my team we are working very hard to catch the people responsible."
The sketch was done with the help of an important eye witness he says.
The suspect is a male around 25 or 30 years old, but looks older for his age. He's about 5'8'', 160 pounds, has slightly curly brown hair, and speaks in English.