Quebec Amber Alert Ends As 2 Girls Have Been Found Lifeless
Authorities believe it is Norah & Romy.
It's over. Just over two days after the Carpentiers went missing, triggering an, two lifeless bodies have been found in a wooded area in Saint-Apollinaire, on the South Shore of Quebec.
This area was a primary spot in the search for 43-year-old Martin Carpentier, and his daughters Norah Carpentier, 11, and Romy Carpentier, 6.
An SQ spokesperson, Louis-Philippe Bibeau, confirmed to, that new elements of the investigation led the police force to relocate its command post and into the vicinity of rue Veilleux, in Saint-Apollinaire this Friday.
Currently, everything leads us to believe that these are the two young girls.
SQ Spokesperson Ann Mathieu (originally in French)
The discovery of the bodies would have been made around noon.
According to Journal du Québec at 12:30pm, Ann Mathieu, a spokesperson for Quebec's police force announced the sad news saying "Currently, everything leads us to believe that these are the two young girls."
She also said that an assessment is currently underway to confirm the condition of the girls.
The Amber Alert has officially been lifted but the father, Martin Carpentier is still wanted by authorities.