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Partner of woman found dead near Montreal charged with first-degree murder

SAINT-HYACINTHE, Que. — The partner of a pregnant woman found dead in her home near Montreal has been charged with first-degree murder.

Alexandre Gendron was arraigned today in Saint-Hyacinthe, about 60 kilometres east of Montreal.

Quebec provincial police say Cheryl Bau-Tremblay of Beloeil was found dead in her home on Thursday after having been missing since last Saturday.

Bau-Tremblay, 28, was five months pregnant.

Police have not revealed how she died or where her body was found inside the house.

The Canadian Press

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