Laval murder victim had links to organized crime: police
Quebec provincial police say a man with links to organized crime has been killed in a shooting in Laval, Que.
Salvatore Scoppa, 49, was declared dead in hospital last night.
Police were called to a hotel in the city north of Montreal at about 10 p.m., where they found a victim who had been shot at least once.
Provincial police are leading the probe since it is linked to organized crime.
In February 2017 Scoppa was the target of a murder attempt in Terrebonne in which he was shot twice. At the time, police said Scoppa had been investigated in connection the disappearance of two men in 2013.
No arrests have been made but officers have set up a mobile command post on the site and are asking anyone with information to come forward.