A Gatinois disappeared after an accident on Highway 50
The City of Gatineau Police Service (SPVG) is asking for the help of the population to find a 34-year-old man who has been missing since the night of Sunday to Monday, whose vehicle was found injured in a ditch on the edge of the Highway 50.
Ina press release on Thursday, the SPVG indicates that Gatineau’s Luc Pauzé “was last seen on September 2nd when he was leaving the bar Galanterie, in the Gatineau sector, after having spent an evening with friends “.
His car was later found “hilly” along Highway 50, at the exit of La Vérendrye Boulevard. The Sûreté du Québec regional spokesperson, Sgt. Marc Tessier, for his part, has indicated that a hit-and-run investigation is under way following the discovery of the vehicle in the central ditch of the highway. Witnesses told the SQ that the driver “ran away”. Raking was carried out in the area, but the authorities were unable to locate the driver.
The SPVG says it has “reasons to fear for the health and safety” of Mr. Pauzé, since he is not used to not giving news to his relatives.
The SPVG indicates that Luc Pauzé “would probably move on foot and could be in the area of rue Le Baron”. It is 1.78 meters (5 feet and 10 inches), weighs about 80 kilos (180 pounds) and speaks French.
“The last time he was seen, he was wearing a Hurley red ‘rust’ sweater, a black and gray Under Armor cap, black sandals and pale blue jeans,” said SPVG.
Anyone with information about them is asked to contact the police at 819-246-0222.
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