Another command post to investigate the disappearance of Melissa Blais

News 1 February, 2018
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    Thursday, 1 February 2018 13:41

    Thursday, 1 February 2018 13:41

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    LOUISEVILLE – A command post was installed to Louiseville in the hope of finding Melissa Blais or, at least, a clue to his mysterious disappearance.

    The goal is simple: to collect new information that might advance the investigation on the 34 year old woman from Yamachiche, mother of two children, missing for three months now.

    Mélissa Blais has been seen for the last time on 2 November last, at 2: 30 in the morning to Louiseville, the output of the bars. At this time, according to the statements gathered from witnesses, she was intoxicated by alcohol. Recall that his vehicle was never found.

    According to our information, the investigation would have progressed. Several people have been interviewed by the Sûreté du Québec.

    The investigators cannot conclude a criminal act to explain the disappearance of Ms. Blais, but no hypothesis is ruled out.

    For its part, the spouse of the lady, François Venne, says he is reassured that a command post be set up again.

    Any information can be passed directly to the police, to the city hall in Louiseville, up to 20 pm today and Friday, from 10 h to 16 h.