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REPENTIGNY — The Sûreté du Québec is asking for the local public’s assistance in locating missing 59 year old Bernard Larivière out of the Repentigny, Quebec area.
Bernard was last seen on Friday May 12, 2017 after he returned home from work at Pratt and Whitney in Longueuil with severe headaches and vomiting. On Friday he left early in the morning but did not make it to work. During the day Bernard told his wife that he was not feeling well, unable to find the highway and, was circling with his vehicle for four hours. In another appeal, Bernard informed his wife that his vehicle was caught in a hole and was unable to start.
Bernard’s Subaru, that had disappeared since last Friday, was found Wednesday May 17, 2017 in Notre-Dame-de-la-Merci in Lanaudière. The 59 year old man was not there but, the police recovered his lunch box and his employee card about 300 meters from his car on a mountain bike trail. The contents of the lunch box had not been consumed. According to the City of Repentigny Police Service, his car was located near a lake that was once accessible by a road but, presently is no longer used.
Police also report, Bernard was issued a traffic ticket from the police in the Joliette, Lanaudière area at the end of the day on Friday. The police officer who issued the ticket did not notice any odd behavior at that time. The last signal from his cell phone was in Saint-Côme where field and air searches were conducted on Wednesday May 17, 2017. The police in Repentigny are dealing his disappearance but, the Sûreté du Québec are assisting the municipal police force in field investigations.
Bernard is described as:
• GENDER: Male.
• HAIR: Brown.
• EYES: Not reported.
• HEIGHT: 5 feet 10 inches.
• WEIGHT: 180 pounds.
Do you know something?
If you have any information in regards to Bernard’s whereabouts, you are being asked to contact the Repentigny Police at 450-470-3600 or 9-1-1 immediately.
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