Death of man found on St-Hubert Street deemed not suspicious

After Montreal police investigated, they determined the death of a 28-year-old man with injuries to his upper body who was found near St-Hubert and Jarry today was not suspicious.

Autopsy to determine exact cause of death

The man suffered injuries to his upper body, police said, but his cause of death has not been determined. (CBC)

Montreal police have concluded that the death of a 28-year-old man found on St-Hubert Street Wednesday morning is not suspicious.

The man had "severe injuries" and was found by passersby on St-Hubert Street near Jarry.

Const. Danny Richer said the man suffered injuries to his upper body, but the nature of those injuries was not disclosed.

The man was taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead.

"The investigators have to look [at if] it is a criminal incident. A car accident? All of these things are being looked at by investigators," Richer said.

Saint Hubert Street between Jarry and Mistral was closed off for the police investigation.