Police release sketch of suspect in abduction of Cora restaurant president
Abduction was financially motivated, but no ransom paid, Sûreté du Québec say
Quebec provincial police are asking for the public's help to identify and locate a suspect in the kidnapping of Nicholas Tsouflidis, president of the Cora restaurant chain.
Tsouflidis was taken from his home on Grand Saint-Charles Road in Mirabel, Que., on the evening of March 8.
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Police believe the abduction was financially motivated, although no ransom was paid.
They are looking for suspect between 25 and 30 years old with brown hair and brown eyes, who drives a blue sedan.
Tsouflidis has been the president of the restaurant chain since 2008. His mother, Cora Tsouflidou, opened the first Cora location in 1987.