Injuries to the McNabb Community Center on Friday are now a fraudulent investigation, Ottawa police said

OTTAWA – Ottawa Police are seeking to identify two people of interest in connection with a misdemeanor incident at the McNabb Community Center.

Investigators are now treating damage to an exterior door in the center on Percy Street as a fraudulent investigation, not a possible firearms investigation.

An employee discovered damage to a door at the McNabb Community Center Friday night.

Mayor Jim Watson had said on Twitter that he was “concerned about learning that shots were fired” outside the center. grev. McKenney said Saturday that they were told by police that property damage to an exterior door could have been caused by a firearm.

Police are now looking to identify two people of interest in connection with an incident that took place between 1 p.m. 6pm and 7pm Friday in Gladstone Avenue and the Percy Street area.

The first person was in his early 40s to late 50s, with a dark mustache and was wearing a brown winter jacket, dark toque, dark pants and black and white runners. Police say he was seen with a blue leash on a leash with a knee-high brown dog with a multicolored face.

The other person is in his early 30s to late 40s, wearing a black hoodie with white logo on the front, dark pants with a black bandana hanging out of his left back pocket, dark colored baseball cap and black runners.

Anyone with information please contact Ottawa Police Central District Investigations at 613-236-1222, ext. 5166.

Ottawa police


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