Longueuil police release photo of important witness to Sunday's shooting

Police are trying to identify a man they believe has "key information" that could help them in the investigation into the shooting death of an 18-year-old man.

Man believed to have 'key information' about 18-year-old's death

The Longueuil police force has released two photos of this man, who they are calling an important witness in Sunday night's homicide. (Longueuil police)

Longueuil police are looking a man they refer to as an important witness to a recent homicide.

An 18-year-old man was shot dead following a fight between two people on Grant Street in Longueuil around 6 p.m. Sunday evening.

Police say they don't believe the two people knew each other. The victim has been identified, but his name is not being released.

Police have released two photos, pulled from surveillance video, of a man they are trying to identify. They believe he has "key information" that could help them in the investigation, said spokesperson Marie Beauvais.

He is around 25-years-old, stands six feet tall, weighs about 150 lbs and has long dark hair.

In one of the photos, he is wearing a black hooded sweater, blue jeans, and is carrying a black sports bag.

Anyone with information about this man is being asked to call Longueuil police at 450-463-7211.