Again A Gogo Dancer A Victim Of Murder
Allo Police – May 26, 1974
“Police investigators with the Surete du Quebec de Montreal’s crimmes contre le personne have finally identified the body of a young woman found in the woods in the Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines neighborhood in Montreal.
The victim is Miss Suzanne Charbonneau, a young gogo dancer, 24-years of age who lived at 5158 de Lanaudiere in the East-end of Montreal.
The body of the young girl was found around 8:15 in the morning, Saturday, May 11th by three hunters who with dogs were tracking rabbits in the woods near Sainte-Anne_des-Plaines.
The investigation is being lead by caporal Raymond Piche, assisted by agent C. Tremblay of the crimes contre le personne unit of the SQ de Montreal who revealed that the young woman has not been seen since November 20th, 1973.
Not hearing any news of their child, her parents reported her disappearance to the Montreal police on November 27, 1973.
An autopsy was performed last weekend by Dr. Jean Latourelle of the medico-legal institute of Montreal, to determine the exact cause of death of the young dancer, but the results are not yet known.
A fact remains obvious to the police investigators: Suzanne Charbonneau was a victim of an assassin, and important developments are expected shortly relative to this murder.”