Saint-Pi | Fifty people who believed he would retire this year were killed in a murder while changing the battery of his watch yesterday morning at a jewelry store in Saint-Hyacinth’s shopping center.
“She’s a stranger. She has no connection to her family. It was an accidental murder.
The 54-year-old woman may thus have been accidentally targeted, Sûreté du Québec (SQ) confirmed late last night.
The mother of Saint-Bee in Montreux went to a neighboring town yesterday morning for a visit to the hospital.
Along the way, he decided to go to the Purelle jewelry store in Galleris Saint-Hyacinth to buy a new battery for his watch.
Meanwhile, a 43-year-old man rushed to the jewelry store with a knife stolen from another store. He stabbed the woman before fleeing.
The victim, an employee of an artificial insemination center in Quebec, was taken to hospital, where he died in the early hours of the afternoon.
In a few seconds
The play unfolded in a matter of seconds, according to footage taken from a surveillance camera that captured part of the scene (See other text below)
“The biggest misfortune is that he is going to retire on December 5th,” the husband said in tears.
“The flowers are all here, and she took care of them. This time [vers 18 h], We were sitting together on the swing in the yard, ”he cried in tears.
Gathered in the victim’s family in Saint-Pi, the other members of the family were shocked to comment.
“She’s the best woman in the world, that’s all I have to say”, but let her stepmother get emotional.
According to the suspect, a man from St. Hyacinth, he is said to be well known to the police.
He was arrested 87 kilometers from a jewelry store in Saint-Jacques-Lee-Miniur, Monterrey.
Individual SQ personal criminal investigators met last night.
The reasons for the sudden attack were not yet clear at the time of publication.
– In collaboration with Laurent Lao And Valerie Gondier
The suspect is scheduled to be produced in Saint-Hyacinth Court today.
A murder committed in seconds
Laurent LaVoy and Roxanne Trudell, Journal of Montreal
Surveillance camera footage shows the brutal murder of a woman yesterday at a shopping center in St. Hyacinth within seconds.
At 10 a.m., a 43-year-old suspect violently assaulted an elderly woman before entering the Galleries St.-Hyacinth shopping center of the same name.
The “angry” man, according to witnesses, then went to the razor center, where he smashed a knife into the scene.
“I was not there, my employee was there. That’s all we knew [le suspect] Entered, he smashed [la vitre de l’armoire], Took a knife and walked away. He doesn’t even have time to talk to my staff, ”owner Robin Tangue told TVA Novelles.
Then, in his forties, he would have taken a decisive step towards the Purelle jewelry store near the razor shop, where he would have quickly done what he could not fix.
A long knife
The image was captured by a surveillance camera obtained by Newspaper Tremble on your spine.
We see a man in a black sweater and gloves running between the jewelry store and The O Light Shop.
He seems to have a knife about fifteen centimeters long.
Then, before he could reappear, he exited the camera frame for about five seconds and walked quietly in the opposite direction.
At the end of the line, the suspect appears to be briefly threatening a person, who walks away, frightened, and walks towards Malin’s evening.
“It’s scary. I could have been there because I got home before I went shopping. It might have stabbed me,” said Chloe Plant, 18, an assistant manager at The O O Light.
Finally, in Saint-Jacques-Le-Minor in Monterrey, the suspect was intercepted after a case involving the Charlotte to Quebec (SQ), the Longual Acclamation Police Service and the Richelieu Interim Police. Marithe Boldak, SQ’s spokeswoman.
Access to Galleries Saint-Hyacinth was closed all day.
– In collaboration with Valerie Gondier and Jonathan Tremble And TVA News