Martin Godin, Quebec quadruple homicide suspect, dies

The prime suspect in the deaths of two young girls, their mother and her boyfriend has died in hospital.

Prime suspect in homicide investigation dies after spending 3 weeks in critical condition

Quebec provincial police will continue their investigation into a quadruple homicide, following the death of their main suspect. (CBC)

The prime suspect in a Quebec quadruple homicide has died in hospital.

Martin Godin, 54, was found critically injured by a gunshot wound on Feb. 2 inside his Saint-Isidore, Que., home.

Godin was found unconscious, alongside his two daughters. Both girls — Béatrice, 11, and Médora, 13 — died from gunshot wounds.

Several Facebook pages have been set up in to remember sisters Béatrice and Médora Godin, who were shot and killed in Saint-Isidore, Que. (Facebook)

Godin was taken to hospital, where he remained in critical condition for the past three weeks. He died last night.

Godin was also considered the prime suspect in the deaths of the girls' mother, Nancy Samson, and her boyfriend, Benoit Daigle, 39. They were found dead about 70 kilometres away in Sainte-Croix, earlier on Feb. 2.

Police said their investigation will continue.