Montreal police are looking for the men who scrawled racist graffiti on the front window of an art gallery.
At 1:09 a.m. Saturday, three men walking along Ontario St. East stopped in front of the Mushagalusa Art Gallery and wrote racist epithets on the window.
The men did not realize they were plainly visible to a security camera inside 533 Ontario St. East.
The art gallery will be hosting a controversial comedian this week and throughout May.
Dieudonné has sold out ten shows in a 200-seat room at the art gallery, and is also staging performances in Trois Rivieres.
Last year the comic was charged and convicted of defending terrorism for a Facebook post where he sympathized with the gunman who killed four people at a kosher supermarket it Paris.
Dieudonné had previously been banned from performing in France because of his anti-Semitic performances.