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Police find body of missing woman in her Quebec home

BELOEIL, Que. — Quebec Provincial Police say a body found Thursday in a home near Montreal is that of a woman who lived there and who had been missing since last Saturday.

Cheryl Bau-Tremblay of Beloeil, northeast of Montreal, was 28 years old and five months pregnant.

Sgt. Ingrid Asselin says police continue to question Bau-Tremblay's spouse, who lived in the home, but he has not been classified as a suspect.

Asselin says police have also questioned the woman's neighbours and relatives.

Investigators discovered the body during a search inside and outside the house after receiving judicial authorization.

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

The Canadian Press

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