Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Quebec Police Search for Clues in Wooded Area Where Girl's Bones Were Found

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Quebec Police Search for Clues in Wooded Area Where Girl's Bones Were Found

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Dead girl: Quebec police search for more clues

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TROIS-RIVIERES, Que. - Up to 35 Quebec provincial police officers and judicial laboratory specialists searched a wooded area Tuesday hoping to find more clues in the case of a young girl whose remains were found last December.

Cedrika Provencher was nine years old when she went missing in 2007 from her hometown of Trois-Rivieres, about 130 kilometres northeast of Montreal.

Police received fresh information which led to the new search, said Capt. Guy Lapointe.

"I can't say when it will end, whether it will be today (Tuesday) or tomorrow (Wednesday)," he said. "What I can say is that it will end when all of our verifications tied to the information we received are complete."

Bones discovered in the wooded area six months ago were identified as her remains. …

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