Cartierville John Doe is the name given to an unidentified male whose remains were found in Parc Louisbourg, in the Cartierville suburb of northern Montreal on the 1st of March 1991.
John Doe had been stabbed a total of 127 times in various places all over his body, including his face and genitals, which left him completely disfigured. The killer, or killers, had then cut off his hands (potentially to prevent identification) and had placed him in a box wrapped in garbage bags. This box was then taken to the city dump, where somebody noticed blood and contacted the police.
As there was no snow on the box, the police suspected that the box had not been there for very long, potentially only a couple of days.
The extensive violence to the man suggests that it was a crime of passion, and organised crime involvement has not been ruled out by the police.
Cartierville John Doe is described as being a white male between the ages of 30 and 49, between 5″2′ and 5″3′ and weighing between 99-117lbs. He had brown hair, a beard that grew in an unusual circular pattern, a moustache and a vaccination scar on his right arm.
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