Murder in the Bas-Saint-Laurent: a possible “witness” of the wanted murder
Police seek the public’s cooperation to find a possible “witness” of a murder that occurred Thursday evening in Grand-Métis, in the Lower St. Lawrence.
“The investigation tends to show that she could be on the scene shortly before or during the event,” noted the Sûreté du Québec (SQ).
The woman, whom the police force calls “important witness”, has white skin in her thirties. It would measure 1.63 meters and weigh about 60 kg.
In an interview with La Presse canadienne, Sergeant Louis-Philippe Bibeau of the SQ said he could not “comment on whether there are suspicions” of the woman, or be able to “qualify the elements in which it is connected or what it has been able to ascertain “.
Police ask him and anyone with information to locate him to contact them at 1-800-659-4264.
SQ investigators are trying to elucidate the murder of David Fournier, a 41-year-old man whose body was found on the edge of the second row west, showing signs of violence.
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