The entrepreneur whose machinery was seized in a murder investigation ultimately fears bankruptcy if he does not get it back.
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According to his Facebook profile, Santiago Gaona is of Colombian origin and was based in the Montreal area.
The remains of the victim were found in Quebec on September 17 very close to the limits of Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, on the land of the firm L'ABC de l' x27;arbre, which specializes in arboriculture.
The investigation made it possible to quickly arrest François Bouchard, Cassandra Major and Jean-Philippe Lamontage. They were first accused of indignity to a corpse, which was difficult to identify due to its condition.
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