QC police, firefighters dispose missing woman’s body after mistaking it for mannequin

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Firefighters and police in Sherbrooke, Que., have hampered a criminal investigation after mistaking a woman’s burnt body for a mannequin.

The remains belonged to a missing woman, and were disposed in a private dumpster at the police station. Officials say witnesses reported seeing someone burning a mannequin, which is how the decision to dump the body was made.

Mike Armstrong explains how the mistake was eventually uncovered, amid fears of a murderer loose in the province.

For more info, please go to https://globalnews.ca/news/8071017/womans-burnt-remains-in-quebec-mistook-for-mannequin-thrown-away-by-first-responders/

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