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Gérald Lapierre Was Mysteriously Killed

By Andrew Saint-Janvier, Quebec UCF # 104200112

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Gérald Lapierre

Gérald Lapierre

Body found frozen.
COLD CASE

Saint-Janvier, Quebec - On January 16, 1980, the body of a man completely frozen and fully dressed was found by police officers patrolling on montée Saint-Victor, in Saint-Janvier. Gérald Lapierre, a man in his fifties, had been shot and killed.

The victim used to go to various licensed establishments in Montréal, including the Barachais. The last person who saw the victim alive was a waitress at that bar.

If you have any information that could help solve this crime, contact the Centrale de l’information criminelle of the Sûreté du Québec at 1 800 659-4264. File Number: 179-800116-002.

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