Four months after Manon Boisevert’s body was brutally found in his vehicle parked in a parking lot in Langue, police are conducting a field search far from the crime scene.
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A command post was set up by the Langhuil Accumulation Police (SPAL) in the parking lot of a grocery store on the corner of Roo King-George and Boulevard Roland-Therian. The racking of the field is carried out specifically by means of a metal detector.
Manon Boiseward, 54, of South Coast, was found dead in the driver’s seat of his 2003 Toyota Echo on Jan. 5. She would have slit her throat.
The victim’s vehicle was parked in front of Caisse Desjardins in the parking lot of a small business complex located at the intersection of Boulevard Roland-Terrien and Chemin du Tremblay.
Leading this new research in the field of intelligence, TVA learned the Nouvelles.
By analyzing surveillance camera footage of the department, we were able to confirm that the murder of Manon Boisewert was said to have taken place on the evening of January 2nd. He had three days in his vehicle before his remains were found.
SPAL clarified at the beginning of its investigation that the victim was not accidentally targeted.
No suspects have been arrested in the case.