Family says body found in West Point, P.E.I. beach may belong to missing Quebec fisherman
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SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. — The physique discovered not too long ago on a West Level seaside has reportedly been recognized as that of a Quebec fisherman.
Radio Canada in Quebec is reporting that the physique belongs to Jacques Dunn, as recognized by his household.
Within the article, revealed on March 24, Radio Canada reported that the Sûreté du Québec had proven pictures of the physique to Dunn’s household, who acknowledged his garments and gave an identification.
SaltWire Community reached out to P.E.I. RCMP, which was unable to verify the report.
The physique was discovered by a walker on the seaside in western P.E.I. on the afternoon of March 21.
On March 22, P.E.I. RCMP confirmed in a launch that they have been investigating together with the coroner’s workplace; on the time, an post-mortem had been ordered to establish the physique and ensure the reason for demise.
Based on Radio Canada, Dunn has been lacking since Dec. 30. He was final recognized to be mussel fishing close to Cap-des-Rosiers, Que., on the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Per Dunn’s daughter within the Radio Canada report, an post-mortem had not but been accomplished, because the coroner was ready for the physique to thaw. Police are reportedly awaiting the outcomes of these exams earlier than confirming the physique is Dunn’s.
Dunn’s daughter, Isabelle, instructed Radio Canada that her household looks like a weight has been lifted from them and so they have been sleeping extra peacefully because the physique was discovered.