Police looking for fifth suspect in Chambly shooting

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Police are searching for a fifth suspect in connection with a shooting in Chambly Sunday morning.

According to police two groups of men, all in their 20s were at Le Vieux Bourgogne bistro in Chambly around 3:40 A.M.

The men left the bar and drove to the intersection of de Longueuil St. and Brassard Blvd.

The men got out of their cars and an earlier fight continued.

At least one gun shot was fired in the incident. No one was injured.

Local police were called and the area was blocked off. They drew their guns and began the search for the five men.

The Sûreté du Québec's tactical squad was called in.

After a few hours police arrested three men. A fourth was arrested after he was found hiding in a nearby home. He surrendered with no resistance.

Police say the men are all known to police, but declined to say in what capacity.

They are still searching for the fifth suspect, but know he lives in the area.

One of the suspects arrested has been charged with attempted murder, and there will likely be more charges.

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