The Gatineau Police Department is asking the public for help in locating Jean-Louis Desrosiers, 79
Article published on 21 August 2020
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The Gatineau Police Department (SPVG) is asking the population for help in locating Mr. Jean-Louis Desrosiers, 79, who has been missing since August 18.

Quick Facts
● Mr. Desrosiers was reportedly seen for the last time on August 18, around 1 pm, when he was leaving his residence located in the Carrefour-de-l’Hôpital district in the Gatineau sector to do some shopping.
● Mr. Desrosiers was then in his vehicle, a dark gray 2009 Hyundai Elantra, registration Y54 KPQ (Quebec).
● Mr. Desrosiers could be disoriented and therefore, could address citizens to try to find his way.
● The SPVG has reasons to fear for the health and safety of the 79-year-old man and wishes to locate him in order to ensure his well-being.
● Description of Mr. Desrosiers:

- Man with white skin;
- Height: 1.68m (5ft, 6in);
- Short white hair;
- Mustache;
- Brown eyes;
- He speaks French;
- He has a scar on the top of his left hand;
- At the time of his disappearance, he was wearing a white t-shirt with the Boston Bruins logo on it.

● The SPVG is continuing its efforts on the ground in order to locate Mr. Desrosiers.
● Anyone who has information enabling the location of Mr. Jean-Louis Desrosiers is invited to contact the SPVG at 819 243-4636, ext. 5.

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