Somebody, somewhere, has to have seen something
It is becoming entirely too common. A woman going about the errands of daily life disappears. Her battered body is later located. A murder investigation begins.
As the United States is currently on edge after recent cases such as that of the Groene's
, Jessica Lunsford
, Taylor Behl
, and Olamide Adeyooye
, Canada is also dealing with a woman's disappearance and violent death.Julie Croteau
left her home in St. Liboire, Quebec at 6:30 am on Tuesday. She was to pick up a friend and then they would ride together to work in Ste. Madeleine. Only Julie never showed up.
Julie worked as a nursing assistant, holding down three jobs in three different clinics. She worked at a St.Hyacinthe clinic one day a week. Yesterday, her car was discovered within sight of that clinic. Spray painted on the walls of a nearby building where the words "I kill 4 fun" and "Life is 4 the strongest" in blood red paint. Inside the trunk of the car, police found Julie's battered body.
The horrific story can be found here:Victims Remains Found in Trunk of Her Car
These disappearances are all too common.
If you have information relating to the case of Julie Croteau or have seen her grey, two-door, 2004 Honda Civic with Quebec license plate WTE 318 in recent days, call 1 (800) 659-4264.
If you have information relating to the case of Olamide Adeyooye or have seen her missing dark green, 1996 Toyota Corolla with Illinois license plate LBG927, call police at (309) 454-9726. The passenger seat of Olamide's car is broken and is permanently reclined. There is a rosary hanging from the rear view mirror. This car could be anywhere.
These women deserve justice. Their families deserve closure.
Society deserves to be safe.Protect yourself
and protect your children
Always be mindful that monsters walk among us.