CANADA Alleged serial killer to go to trial

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    http://www.cbc.ca/m/touch/canada/ot...le-cleroux-search-fairlea-woods-evidence.html

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    Human remains could be linked to accused killer

    Accused serial killer Camille Cleroux, 58, to stand trial on 3 charges of first-degree murder

    CBC News

    Posted: Apr 20, 2012 10:55 AM ET

    Last Updated: Apr 20, 2012 11:58 AM ET


    " Ottawa police have found human remains in a forest off Albion Road, which they believe could be linked to the case against accused serial killer Camille Cleroux.

    Cleroux, 58, is accused of killing ex-wives Lisa Roy and Jean Rock, as well as former neighbour Paula Leclair, over a period of two decades.

    Police returned to an area called the Fairlea Woods near the Trainyards neighbourhood to search for evidence connected to the trial, but not any new victims, police say.

    Police also said the coroner arrived at the scene to examine some findings. The search is expected to last a few days, police add.

    The remains will be sent to a Toronto forensic centre and the results are expected to take from a few weeks to months to complete."
     
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    Update.
    http://www.1310news.com/news/local/...human-remains-linked-to-accused-serial-killer
    OTTAWA - Ottawa police confirm human remains discovered in by the Albion Road water tower near Heatherington Road are linked to accused serial killer Camille Cleroux.

    Police expect the dig to last for a few days. The remains will be sent to the Centre for Forensic Science and Medicine in Toronto for assessment and identification."
     
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    http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Canada/2012/04/21/19662771.html
    "Cleroux’s common-law wife, Jean Rock, disappeared in 2003 and her body has never been found.

    On Saturday, major crime investigators did not provide an update, although police said earlier the dig was expected to continue throughout the weekend.

    What exactly led investigators to the isolated site they searched Thursday and Friday is unknown.
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