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    Canada - Julie Surprenant, 16, Montreal, Nov 1999

    Julie was last seen Tuesday night getting off a bus less then 60 metres from her home. Officers from the Surete du Quebec and Terrebonne police, using helicopters and dogs, have been searching all over ile St. Jean, the small island south of Terrebonne where the family lives.


    The SQ said it wants to talk a man in his 20s who was seen near the bus stop on Highway 25. The bus-driver told police he asked the man whether he wanted to board, and the man motioned that he did not. He was described as being white and wearing dark clothes.

    The SQ is also looking for people who were on the 25A bus with Julie at 9:55 p.m. Tuesday. She was wearing a flowered skirt, green vest and brown leather jacket. She weighs 99 pounds, is 5 feet 1 1/2 inches tall, has brown eyes and short, curly brown hair. She has a beauty mark between her eyebrows.


    ``We don't have any reason to believe that in her personal or family (life) she would have a reason to (run away),'' Surete du Quebec spokesman Constable Gerard Carrier said.


    Surprenant said he is living every parent's worst nightmare, and that he saw no indication that his daughter might run away.



    More at link: http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/...#ixzz1ZHeKTZa0

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    Wish we had a photo....

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    She actually went missing 12 years ago, but they are renewing efforts to look for her now.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montre...er-search.html

    "A tip came in last January when a nurse at a Laval hospital told a reporter that a man dying of cancer confessed five years ago to Surprenant’s murder.
    That man, Richard Bouillon, was a neighbour of the teenager and had served time in prison for sexual offences."


    Can't believe the nursing staff didn't report this back then! Why wait 6 years??

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    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montre...r.html?cmp=rss

    Julie Surprenant's father suspected neighbour

    CBC News

    Posted: Mar 14, 2012 1:04 PM ET

    Last Updated: Mar 14, 2012 3:40 PM ET

    "Earlier this week, a nurse from Cité de la Santé testified that Bouillon told her on three occasions that he murdered Surprenant.

    She testified that the dying man went into detail about he had stuffed the teenager’s body into a sports bag with some bricks and thrown it into the Milles Îles river across the way from a church in Terrebonne.

    Police resumed their search for her body last year after a nurse told authorities about the confession."

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    Quote Originally Posted by lstrel View Post
    She actually went missing 12 years ago, but they are renewing efforts to look for her now.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montre...er-search.html

    "A tip came in last January when a nurse at a Laval hospital told a reporter that a man dying of cancer confessed five years ago to Surprenant’s murder.
    That man, Richard Bouillon, was a neighbour of the teenager and had served time in prison for sexual offences."


    Can't believe the nursing staff didn't report this back then! Why wait 6 years??
    "One of the women said she did not come forward on the mistaken assumption that Bouillon had also confessed to celebrity crime reporter Claude Poirier, something he told her he intended to do. She said it was only five years later that she realized he had not spoken to Poirier and went public herself with the confession made to her, finally allowing the victim's family a measure of closure.

    After the confession finally came to light, Quebec's Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers justified the woman's silence by saying that professional secrecy rules governing the nursing profession prevent practitioners from divulging such information".


    Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/...#ixzz1ton2uwbt

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    According to this account, B also raped boys, leaving me to wonder about any missing young men - And- especially, if he had something to do with the Sharron Prior case.....

    http://montreal.ctv.ca/servlet/an/lo...b=MontrealHome
    "It was thought Julie's disappearance would never be solved, that was until last year when a nurse, Annik Prud'homme, came forward with new information.

    In January 2011 the nurse told authorities that before his death in 2006, Bouillon admitted killing Julie and throwing her body in the Mille Iles river near a church.

    "He twice told me that he killed Julie Surprenant, and said what he did with her body," Prud'homme told the coroner. "No, he just told me he was the killer. Oh, he also said he raped boys and girls."

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    Video, March 14 2012
    http://www.globalmontreal.com/missin...736/story.html
    "Michel Surprenant also told the court about a conversation he had with Richard Bouillon in 2000 - a year after his daughter was reported missing.

    "He came down to my home and said: I did many things in my life but I didn't kill Julie," Suprenant told the court.

    Bouillon was the upstairs neighbour of the Surprenant family".

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    15 years later, monument unveiled to remember Julie Surprenant
    November 16, 2014 6:15 pm
    MONTREAL – The family and friends of Julie Surprenant marked a sad anniversary on Sunday.
    Fifteen years ago the 16-year-old Terrebonne girl disappeared without a trace.
    She was last seen at a bus stop only a few metres from her home.
    That’s where dozens gathered on Sunday to unveil a monument in her name.
    video & more at link.



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