Montreal

Police seize vehicle in connection with Lorraine hit and run

Thérèse-De Blainville police have seized a truck in connection with a hit and run that injured a cyclist in Lorraine on Nov. 5.

White truck seized from driveway in Rosemère on Montreal's North Shore

Police were on scene in Lorraine when a cyclist in his 20s was struck by a vehicle. (Alain Béland/Radio-Canada)

Police have seized a truck in connection with a hit and run that injured a cyclist in Lorraine on Nov. 5.

The white truck was seized by Thérèse-De Blainville police from the driveway of a residence in Rosemère, on Montreal's North Shore.

In early November, the victim suffered serious injuries when he was hit late at night on de la Grande-Côte Road in the town of Lorraine.

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