Woman found dead in Longueuil parking lot was not a random target: police

A command post will be in the parking lot until 4 p.m. Wednesday as police search for anyone who may have seen “a person or persons” near the victim’s car.

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A 54-year-old woman found dead in her car in a shopping mall parking lot last week was not the victim of a random act, Longueuil police said Wednesday.

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“At this stage of the investigation, the clues collected so far indicate that the victim was not randomly targeted by her attacker or attackers,” police said in a statement posted on their account. Facebook page. No details were provided on how they came to that conclusion.

Manon Boisvert’s body was discovered in her car by a passerby on January 5 around 1:30 pm in the parking lot of the mall at 2401 Rolland Therrien Blvd. Police said her body bore marks of violence. They said Wednesday that their investigation had determined that she was killed on the night of Sunday, January 2.

Investigators will set up a command post in the parking lot Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in an effort to meet with anyone who may have seen “a person or persons” near the victim’s car, a blue 2003 Toyota Echo, that day. of the slaughter

They are also urging anyone with information that may further their investigation to call them at 450-463-7211.

Reference-montrealgazette.com

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