Trucks used to elucidate the unfinished business

News 12 February, 2018
  • Photo Fotolia

    QMI agency

    Monday, 12 February 2018 12:51

    Monday, 12 February 2018 12:51

    Look at this article

    A new initiative has been put in place in order to elucidate six cases of disappearances or unsolved murders in Quebec.

    Stéphane Luce, president of Murders and disappearances that remain obscure in Quebec, appealed to the various transport companies to display on their vehicle the information relating to these cases which still remain unanswered.

    The citizens and motorists of the eastern Townships and Abitibi-Témiscamingue will be able to see on trucks on the faces of Tommy Clement-Pepin, Marc Saint-Laurent, Roxane Luke, Theresa Allore, Suzanne Blanchard and Sylvain Bolduc, all disappeared or murdered.

    By showing the victims on a truck, Stéphane Luce wants to “target the people who don’t listen to not necessarily the television and who are not aware of this kind of story there,” he said in an interview with LCN.

    Thirty-seven years after the murder of his mother, Roxane Luce, the chairman of Killings and disappearances unsolved questions of the Québec always seeks the truth.

    “I have a lot of hope that one of the cases unlocked,” said Stéphane Luce for that it would be “mission accomplished”.

    The information communicated via the number displayed on trucks will be passed directly to the police.