Share November 4, 2020 12:55 p.m. Updated at 5:06 p.m. Share Leak clues through the second floor window
René-Charles Quirion La Tribune It would be through a window on the second floor of the residence of Héliodore Dulac that a person left the crime scene in Milan in June 2018.
This is the hypothesis that was followed by the investigator Yohan Morneau of crimes against the person of the Sûreté du Québec.
The latter was called to the bar, in the morning Wednesday, at the trial for the second degree murder of Ian Bélanger at the Sherbrooke courthouse before Kassandra Harpin came to confirm this hypothesis during her testimony in the afternoon.
Investigator Morneau testified that a fingerprint seized on the window sill on the second floor showed that a person had left the residence on Chemin de la Yard through the second floor window.
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“For me, it was clearly a vanishing point. The three doors were locked, ”says Yohan Morneau.
He arrived at the crime scene on June 4, 2018 with the information that Heliodore Dulac's injuries were not compatible with a fall.
The presence of glasses with a missing glass, of a club, which was a tree branch with a malformation, as well as projections of blood near the victim's body led investigator Yohan Morneau to draw this inference.
“For me, we were at a murder scene,” said the investigator.
He noticed the open windows as well as marks on the wall nearby.
It was while walking around the residence at 544 Chemin de la Yard that he noticed the elements leading him to advance the thesis of murder at the crime scene.
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