Employees of Montreal towing company arrested

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Police targeted a towing company Tuesday in three early morning raids in Laval, Saint-Jérôme and Montreal, arresting 12 people.

In total, police had 13 arrest warrants for employees of Accès Remorquage. They were still searching for the one remaining suspect Tuesday evening.

Seven tow trucks belonging to the company, which operates primarily in Montreal’s north end, were also seized.

Those arrested included the owners, managers and several employees. Six of the 12 arrested were detained.

Police say they face charges including theft, fraud, extortion, conspiracy and armed assault.

Read more at CBC News

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