CTV News and COLlive
Montreal police believe an early morning fire at a pizza place in the Cote-des-Neiges neighborhood in Montreal was intentionally set.
When the call came in around 6:20 a.m., police arrived on-scene and found the front window of Pizza Pita, near Plamondon Ave., broken and the sprinklers on.
Firefighters were quickly able to extinguish the flames, but forensic evidence at the scene points to a possible arson attack.
A source at the scene told COLlive that the fire was set by a Molotov cocktail thrown through the window.
Investigators from the Montreal Police arson squad will investigate.
No one was injured, and no roads were closed during the intervention.
There is no word on the total cost of the damage.
It’s the second fire in a neighborhood pizza restaurant in as many weeks.
California Pizza on Decarie was the scene of an arson on November 22nd.
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