Two Jewish schools in Montreal, Canada, were hit with gunshots overnight Wednesday.

Local police say they received a 911 call at 8:20 a.m. on Thursday regarding bulletholes found on the front door of a Jewish school located on Saint-Kevin Ave. in Côte-des-Neiges. Bullet casings were also located.

Authorities believe the gunshots were fired overnight. No one was in the building at the time of the shooting, and no one was injured.

A few minutes later, a 911 call was made about gunshot damage found on the front door of another Jewish school nearby on Chemin Deacon in Outremont.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned the incident, writing: "The reports of overnight shootings at Jewish schools in Montreal are horrifying. I condemn these violent acts of antisemitism in the strongest terms possible – and I want to be clear: This hate has no place in Canada, and we must all stand united against it."

Several antisemitic incidents have occurred of late in the Canadian city. Earlier on Wednesday, one person was arrested, and at least three people were injured on Wednesday at Concordia University after an altercation related to the Israel-Hamas war turned violent.

Montreal police (SPVM) said they were called to the university in downtown Montreal at around 1:30 p.m. local time and helped security guards manage two groups of students at the Henry F. Hall Building.

Police say the conflict "degenerated" between the two student groups. Concordia confirmed the clash involved "pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian groups, including students but also people from outside our community."

On Tuesday, a synagogue and Jewish community center in Montreal were firebombed. There were no injuries, but the building sustained damage.