On July 14, 1984, the lifeless body of Suzanne Yelle was found on the edge of Principale Street in Mont-Tremblant.
The day before the tragedy, shortly before 8 p.m., the 34-year-old woman who lived in Brébeuf had asked her boyfriend (with whom she was breaking up) to drive her to St-Jovite, where she wanted to go out with a friend. As the latter worked until 9 p.m., Suzanne headed to the Spaghetti House where she met with two friends. She was reportedly last seen on July 13, around 11:30 p.m., at the Hotel Mont Tremblant, where she had arrived alone.
The next morning, a resident made the macabre discovery of the body a few meters from the edge of rue Principale. At first glance, there were no injuries to the body, but the face had serious lesions. The hypothesis of a sexual assault or that of a robbery was quickly ruled out. The victim was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The layout of the clothing and the fact that the body had been dragged from the side of the road indicated that the murder was allegedly committed elsewhere.
Any information that could help solve this murder can be reported anonymously to the Sûreté du Québec info-crime line at 1-800-659-4264.
You can also communicate anonymously with Meurtres et Disparitions Irrésolus du Québec at 819-200-4628 and [email protected].
Source: Translation from French