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Authorities are searching for a Canadian homicide suspect in NY

Justin Bresaw, age 35, of Quebec, wanted in connected with homicides which occurred in Quebec on Sept. 17.

Justin Bresaw, age 35, of Quebec, wanted in connected with homicides which occurred in Quebec on Sept. 17.

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Justin Bresaw, age 35, of Quebec, wanted in connected with homicides which occurred in Quebec on Sept. 17.

— A Canadian man wanted for a triple homicide in Quebec may have been spotted in New York. The New York State Police are assisting the Quebec Provincial Police in locating a murder suspect, 35-year-old Justin Bresaw, of Quebec.

Bresaw is wanted in connection with a tripple homicide which occurred in Amos, Quebec on Sept. 17. According to Sergeant Richard Gagne of the Surete du Quebec, the three victims died as a result of a home fire.

Bresaw is considered armed and dangerous, according to police reports.

Based on the initial investigation by Canadian police, it is believed that Bresaw may have entered into the United States in Mooers. New York State Police are attempting to verify two possible sightings of Bresaw on Sept. 19, one in Mooers, and one in Plattsburgh.

Bresaw is described as 5-foot-9 inches tall, 150-pounds, with brown eyes and bald. He was last seen wearing a white, button-down long-sleeve shirt and dark colored pants.

If anyone has any information regarding the location of Bresaw, contact the NY State Police at 563-3761. If anyone has any information regarding the homicides in Quebec, contact Québec Provincial Police at 598-4043.

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