The search resumed Sunday in Lachute, Que. for Yvon Lacasse who went missing on Friday. The 71-year-old is being sought in connection to the vehicle that was used by a 41-year-old man in the alleged abduction of his six-year-old son. An Amber Alert was issued Thursday after the boy vanished from St-Eustache, Que. The boy’s father was apprehended in Ontario nearly 24 hours later, while the boy’s mother was discovered dead inside the family home in a possible homicide.
Hockey fever is alive and well in Montreal, judging by the number of fans who showed up for some preseason fun with the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre on Sunday. While the outdoor programming featured fun-filled activities, most fans were on hand to take in the annual Red vs. White scrimmage — a friendly inter-squad match. The puck drop was slated for 1 p.m. It was also a chance for hockey junkies to meet the 2017-2018 Montreal Canadiens team.
The Sûreté du Québec is asking for the public’s help in identifying a potential witness in connection with a homicide in Saint-Eustache on Thursday. In a news release posted on Sunday, police said the homicide is linked to a case of parental abduction that happened on the same day. An Amber Alert was issued in Quebec after a six-year-old boy vanished from the family home. The boy’s father, 41, was apprehended in Ontario nearly 24 hours later in company of the child, who was unharmed.
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