The author of a series of break-ins always sought

L’auteur d’une série d’introductions par effraction toujours recherché

The suspect is in particular introduced at the Collège Champigny.

December 27, 2019 10.50

Updated at 20: 18

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The author of a series of break-ins always sought

L’auteur d’une série d’introductions par effraction toujours recherché

Judith Desmeules

The Sun

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A suspect who has committed at least four break and enters in the area of Sainte-Foy is actively sought by the police of Quebec since the night of Thursday to Friday.

The first offence took place at 2 in the morning in the Restaurant General Tao on the boulevard Wilfrid-Hamel, an alarm alerted the police Department of the City of Quebec (SPVQ) and a patrol boat went on site to find the facts. The rear door of the restaurant, as well as the windows of the neighbouring building, were damaged. “The door was smashed and he pulled the keypad of the alarm system. It is in the process of checking on the surveillance system if he stole things. It is not yet known why he came,” said the manager of the restaurant reached by phone Friday, at the end of the day. According to its preliminary observations, the individual had not stolen the money in the coffers.

Very early Friday morning, around 4h20, a witness reported to police another break, this time at the Collège Champigny, a secondary school that also welcomes members of the congregation of the brothers of the Sacred Heart.

The suspect then continued his tour in a massage centre the boulevard Wilfrid-Hamel. The security alarm sounded at 5h35.

Not yet tired of his wild night, the individual has made a last visit to the golf Club and the Albatross around 6: 20 am. The police were alerted by a witness. It would be more of a case of vandalism than theft at the golf club, nothing seemed to miss the call on Friday.

The SPVQ was still searching for the suspect Friday. The police have deployed a large device, including the canine unit, forensic identification, and several investigators to find him.

“Break-ins suggest that there has been a flight, before you confirm, it is necessary that the owners are finding the things stolen,” says the spokesperson for the SPVQ, David Pelletier. With Celine Fabriès

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