The man-hunt to find Martin Carpentier continues, but already, teddy bears, messages of condolences, candles and memorabilia have been filed, as of Saturday evening, the parc des Chutes-de-la-Chaudière in tribute to Norah and Romy.
The place of worship has been put in place by the group scout 128th Charny, which was part of Norah, aged 11. His little sister Romy, 6 years old, would join the movement soon.
“Norah was presented to me by his mother, I was an education specialist with her mother, we shared the same office, but Romy was going to another school. It is not explained. If we could, we would suffer in his place, but we can’t,” says a former work colleague is encountered on the premises.
“Two little rays of sunshine have become little angels today. Rest in peace,” one can read on a note left on-site.
“You were little girls so nice, full of joy of live, dynamic and fun. You deserved not what happened to you. Rest in peace girls, I’ll be thinking of you always”, we read on another message.
The mayor of Lévis, on-site
The mayor of Lévis, Gilles Lehouillier, has also visited the scene to pay tribute to these two girls found dead in a wooded area of Saint-Apollinaire.
“The whole population is behind the family. We are severely tested, and we want to offer our most sincere condolences to the family, but especially to the mother who has just lost a good part of the very essence of his life. How do you explain the inexplicable? I’m everywhere and all the people I talk about it and sympathize with the family,” said the mayor of Lévis, VAT New.
The longest Amber alert in Quebec’s history has seen a sad ending on Saturday. Girls Norah, age 11, and Romy, 6 years old, were found without life around the noon hour.
Martin Carpentier is still actively sought by the police.