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Forcible entry In Percé: two new suspects arrested and one still wanted

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The Sûreté du Québec is asking for the public's help in locating one of the suspects, who is still wanted. (Archive photo)

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Two suspects were arrested Thursday and Friday in connection with a break-in and assaults that occurred last December, before the holiday season, in Percé.

The Sûreté du Québec (SQ) appealed to the population at the beginning of January to find two suspects, Johnathan Racette and Michael Bourque.

The first individual went to the SQ shortly after, but Michael Bourque is still wanted by the police.

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Johnathan Racette, surrendered to the authorities on January 4 and Michael Bourque is still actively sought by the police. (Archive photo)

The investigation also led, this week, to the arrest of two other men.

Tommy Albert-Lantin, aged 25, from Chandler, and Pierre-André Roussy, 37 years old from Grande-Rivière, appeared on Friday and remain detained.

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The alleged victim in this case, a man in his 20s, suffered minor injuries.

Any person able to provide information enabling the location of Michael Bourque can transmit it confidentially by contacting the SQ Criminal Information Center at 1 800 659-4264.

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