MONTREAL | Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) is always in search of a material witness, Claude Charbonneau, in connection with two murders that occurred last Thursday in the districts of Notre-Dame-De-Grâce and Ahuntsic-Cartierville.
According to a description sent to the media, Claude Charbonneau, who is at least 61 years of age, has gray hair and blue eyes. It measures 1.62 m (5’3’) and weighs 57 kg (125 lb). He wears different tattoos on the body, including his initials in the arm and the forearm.
He could move to the edge of a minivan brand Dodge Caravan gray of the year 2006 with the registration N85 RQY, set out in the notice of the police search.
Sunday, the SPVM has, however, indicated that the license plate of the vehicle could have been tampered with or replaced.
“If you see Mr. Charbonneau, do not try to get in touch with him and call instead of 911, recommends to the SPVM. You can also choose to report anonymously and confidentially with Info-Crime Montreal at 514 393-1133 or online.”
Thursday morning, in a residential building on the avenue Benny, in Notre-Dame-de-Grace, a man of 80 years has been discovered seriously injured. He succumbed to his injuries later, and the police concluded that he had been the victim of a murder. Later, in another residential building, this time in Ahunstic-Cartierville, another man, aged 68 years, was found dead, a victim of murder too.
According to investigators, the two murders are connected.