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Air Force to end search for Stephane Roy, son

Air Force to end search for Stephane Roy, son
Canada
The Royal Canadian Air Force says it will spend one final day searching for a missing Quebec businessman and his son before handing the case over to the provincial police.

Stephane Roy and his 14-year-old son Justin were reported missing on July 11 after failing to return home from a fishing trip in Lac de la Bidiere, a remote area in the upper Laurentians regions west of La Tuque, Que.

The pair were aboard Roy s Robinson R44 helicopter.

A statement from the air force today says it will make the "difficult decision" to reduce its search operations and relinquish the case to the provincial police as a missing persons investigation.

Roy is the founder and owner of Les Serres Sagami Inc., which produces greenhouse-grown tomatoes and other produce under the Sagami and Savoura brands.
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