| St-Hubert | Rose-Marie Doyle-Giverin Murdered on August 24, 1984

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On the night of August 24, 1984, Rose-Marie Doyle-Giverin was raped and then stabbed four times while she was walking on Grande-Allée Boulevard in Saint-Hubert. It was not until the next day that a passerby discovered the 46-year-old woman, dead in a ditch. She was half-naked and her torn clothes were lying around her.

According to police information, Rose-Marie was in contact at the time with a man of Aboriginal origin and several photos of him were discovered in the victim’s home as well as in her handbag. One of the photos had a message in English written on it: “To my loyal fan, Rosa. Love, Donn.” Everything was done to find this famous Donn, going so far as to go through all the victim’s address books, in vain. It must be remembered that it does not mean he is the one who killed Rose-Marie. All we know is that she corresponded with him, so investigators would like to identify this man and eventually speak to him. Investigators are wondering if Rose-Marie could have met Donn through her volunteer work in the prisons or at the Douglas Hospital.

Investigators do have a DNA sample from the woman’s murderer, and in recent years, they have been able to rule out a number of suspects.

Any information related to this disappearance can be reported anonymously to the Longueuil Police at 450-463-7100, extension 5094.

You can also communicate anonymously with Meurtres et Disparitions Irrésolus du Québec at 819-200-4628 and [email protected].      

Sources: Translation from French

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