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NY police join hunt for deadly Quebec fire suspect

September 22, 2012
Associated Press

ALBANY (AP) - State police in northern New York say they've joined the hunt for a Canadian man suspected in a house fire that killed three people in Quebec.

They say 35-year-old Justin Bresaw may have crossed the border and been seen Wednesday in Mooers and Plattsburgh. Troopers say they're trying to confirm the sightings.

Bresaw is wanted in connection with the fire that left two men and a woman dead Monday in Amos, Quebec, about 300 miles north of Montreal.

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State police say 35-year-old Justin Bresaw, of Quebec, may have crossed the border and been seen Wednesday in Mooers and Plattsburgh.
(Photo courtesy of New York State Police)

Quebec provincial police say Friday a stolen blue Honda Civic driven by Bresaw was found in woods near Havelock, Quebec, just over the border from Mooers.

Troopers say Bresaw is 5-feet-9 inches tall, weighs 150 pounds, has brown eyes and is bald. He's considered armed and dangerous.

 
 

 

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