Montreal police investigating suspicious Saint-Laurent fire

Police say it appears the commercial building, at the corner of Marcel-Laurin Boulevard and St-Louis Street was broken into.

Police say commercial building where fire started was broken into

Police say it appears a commercial building that caught fire in Saint-Laurent last night was broken into. (Alain Béland/Radio-Canada)

Montreal police are investigating a suspicious fire in Saint-Laurent overnight.

The fire broke out around 11:15 p.m. at a restaurant on St-Louis Street at the corner of Marcel-Laurin Boulevard.

Const. Raphael Bergeron said it appears the restaurant was broken into. Traces of accelerant were also found at the scene.

He said the business has been closed for about a month.

Police have no suspects so far.