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  1. I was in high school with Valerie Dalpe if I’m not mistaken it was her first year in St – Ex , St Leonard
    … still I’m 47 years old today n she still pops in my mind…

      1. Moi je restais sur sa rue et ils ont ramassé les boîtes contenant son corps étaient devant mon bloc appartement! Les mères du coin on a paniqué et on essayaient de trouver des indices! Cela me hantera toujours!

    1. I went to school with Valerie Dalpe in St-Leonard. She was younger and I didn’t know her personally.The school was Antoine -de-St-Exupery. I remember her bf traumatized, we were all scared. I heard she walked to go buy hairspray at the pharmacy that’s attached to the building where the mafia hangout is. She was found at Miron in boxes with her body parts. I think I remember seeing in the Newspaper “have you seen these boxes?” I heard(maybe a rumour) boxes were tied with ropes, like almost a present. Creepy. I am writing while you talk so yes we agree on what was said. I think our school was on Robert street. That pharmacy was close to our high school. I’m still haunted by it. Very sad story.

      1. There was no italians hang out there. It was a Cumberland pharmacy, la clinique médicale Viau and an optometrist clinic that’s all. The italians hang out where on Robert street in those kind of strip commercial building with a reception hall. Just for correction cause I am a 100% sure of what I write.

  2. I’m 46 years old and valerie was a friend, yes it was her first year at st-exupery if my memory serves me right, i saw him that evening, it was past 6.30pm because there was the jéopardi games there the television . I saw it passed in front of my house at the corner of Cap-Chat and Compiegne, I don’t know if I was the last to have seen it but it was a shock for everyone .. crime unfortunately never even solved, the police always thought it was valerie’s old neighbor but unfortunately he will never have enough proof and this suspect died a few years later.

    Sorry for the translation mistakes, I used google translate to write this to you.

  3. I am 46 years old and Valerie was a friend, yes it was her first year at St-Exupery if my memory serves me well, I saw her that evening, it was past 6.30pm because there was the Jeopardi game on TV . I saw her passed in front of my house at the corner of the rue cap-chat et compiegne, I don’t know if I was the last to have seen it but it was a shock for everyone .. a crime unfortunately never solved even , the police always thought it was Valerie’s old neighbour but unfortunately , police will never have enough evidence and this suspect died a few years later.

    Sorry for the translation mistakes, English is not my primary language.

  4. Thanks for your comments and memories. Valerie was my much-younger cousin and her death and its manner always haunt me, especially since it’s never been solved.

  5. Thanks for your comments and memories. But I just really dont agree with you when you say that it could be mobs related. I was born and raise in St-Leo, when to elementary school on compiegne street where she was last seen. Usually mobs dont get involved in these kind of crime, especially involving a young kid in this horrible crime. I’m sure it is someone that knew her well. For sure a butcher has the police have confirm. This case still haunt me to this day.

  6. And of course it was a miracle that they found her the next day. We would still be looking for her today. It was almost a perfect crime.

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