Quebec greenhouse owner and son are missing

19-07-2019    01:30   |    CTV News Montreal

Businessman Stephane Roy and his 14-year-old son Justin were reported missing after failing to return home from a fishing trip as planned last Wednesday (July 10) aboard his Robinson R44 helicopter.

Roy is the founder and owner of Les Serres Sagami Inc., which produces greenhouse-grown tomatoes and other produce under the Sagami and Savoura brands.

Capt. Trevor Reid of the Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre in Trenton, Ont., said a 4,000-square-kilometre area northwest of Mont-Tremblant, Que., was targeted based on cellular phone data obtained by Quebec provincial police.

Initially the search area -- forested, rocky terrain with several lakes -- was about 20,000 square kilometres.

The pair was reported missing last Thursday after they didn't return from a chalet in Lac de la Bidiere, a remote area in the upper Laurentians regions west of La Tuque, Que.

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Photo credit: Savoura - Recherches Stéphane Roy et son fils


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