A command post was erected to Piedmont to find a forty-something woman

News 21 July, 2017
    Alexandre Tellier, 44, of Piedmont, in the Laurentians, has been missing since July 5.

    Kim Nunes

    Friday, 21 July, 2017 06:51

    Friday, 21 July 2017 18:39

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    PIEDMONT | The Sûreté du Québec has deployed a boat of volunteers and a helicopter to try to find a man of 44 years disappeared mysteriously on 5 July in the Laurentians.

    Alexandre Tellier was last seen July 5 near the park of the path of the Bridge in Piedmont while a taxi driver has been left at this place.

    Her parents fear for her safety.

    “My son is schizophrenic, but he was going very well. On 5 July, he had to come to see me, but he did not come, ” says Lorraine Rheault, the mother of the disappeared.

    Reported after five days

    This is only the 10 July that the absence of Alexandre Tellier has been reported to the police, five days after that he was seen for the last time.

    According to Lorraine Rheault, Alexandre Tellier would be leaving his apartment in Sainte-Agathe very early on 5 July. It would have left the windows open, his computer open, and would have taken his medication the day, without providing for the subsequent days, suggesting that the deceased did not leave for a long period of time.

    Police officers assigned to the research confirm that Alexandre Tellier is a camper’s experience.

    Gold, he had with him a small backpack. The state of health of the individual suggests that it would not have been able to travel a long distance. It would make the psoriasis of the feet and hands, so that he would have difficulty walking a long time and tie his shoes, ” says Lorraine Rheault.

    Command post

    The Sûreté du Québec (SQ) has erected a command post at the park road Bridge on Friday morning. She’s been running the place bordered by the bike path P’tit train du Nord with the help of the québec Association of search and rescue volunteers (AQBRS).

    In order to optimize its research, the SQ uses a zodiac boat to conduct research on the river North, as well as a helicopter.

    At the present time, there is no trace of Alexandre Tellier seems to have been found.

    “As long as they have not found, I still have hope,” timidly slipped the mother of the disappeared.

    Any information on this disappearance can be transmitted to the Central criminal information of the SQ at 1 800 659-4264.