Longueuil police intensify efforts to find missing Quebec City teen
Louis-David Morisset-Noël was spotted in Saint-Hubert in October, hasn’t been seen since.
- Nov. 29: Longueuil police confirm that they found the body of Morisset-Noël. No foul play suspected.
Police in Longueuil are ramping up efforts to find a Quebec City teenager who has been missing for weeks.
Louis-David Morisset-Noël, 16, left his home in Quebec City Sept. 21 and visited his mother, who lives in Saint-Hubert, two days later.
He was spotted in Saint-Hubert at the beginning of October, but hasn't been seen since.
"There really hasn't been any activity recorded on any social network that he might be using or that he has used in the past and he hasn't made any withdrawals from his bank account," said Longueuil police spokesman, Const. Jean-Pierre Voutsinos.
Wednesday, police searched a wooded area of Saint-Hubert which Morisset-Noël and other teens are known to have used as a meeting place.
Thursday, police set up a command post in a McDonald's parking lot on Cousineau Boulevard in Saint-Hubert, which Voutsinos said is close to where he was last seen.
Voutsinos said the teen has a relative living in St. Laurent, Man., so police have not ruled out the possibility that he might have headed west.
Bermuda shorts, skateboard
Morisset-Noël stands 5-8", weighs 163 pounds and has long brown hair and brown eyes.
He usually gets around on a skateboard and was last seen wearing beige Bermuda shorts, a black cap and a grey backpack.
Police are asking anyone with information about the teen to come forward or call their hotline at 450-463-7211.
with files from CBC's Lauren McCallum