Late in the evening of May 7, 1989, Régine St-Pierre was murdered in her home, at 7605 De la Savane Road, in Saint-Hubert.
Her husband, Étienne Séguin, was also found murdered. They were both in their sixties. Mr. Séguin specialized in the resale of objects of all kinds that he was getting at auctions in the region. He was reselling these items from his home, a former dairy farm that had a few barns where he stored things. It was known that Mr. Séguin had large sums of cash with him and at his home at all times.
The couple was discovered by their son early in the morning of May 8, 1989. Their bodies were laying in a puddle of blood on the kitchen floor. They had been killed by shots from a 32 caliber revolver to the head and chest. The house was topsy-turvy and every room had been searched, which suggests that the motive was theft. At least 800 people have been questioned in connection with the killings, but no arrests have been made.
Any information that could help solve these murders can be reported anonymously to the Sûreté du Québec 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