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Laval police have turned to the public in an effort to determine whether a sexual assault suspect alleged to have preyed on minors had other victims.
Alexis Plourde-Dinelle, 30, appeared in court on Dec. 8 to face charges of sexual assault, inciting an adolescent to engage in sexual touching and a minor to engage in sexual contact, transmitting sexually explicit material to a minor and online luring.
He has been released on conditions pending his next court appearance.
The investigation into Plourde-Dinelle began in November and involved examining case files from police in Montreal, the Sûreté du Québec and the regional municipality of Montcalm.
The offenses police allege against Plourde-Dinelle date from 2011 and 2022, while he worked as a counsellor in day camps in various regions of Quebec. Police allege used his position of authority and social media to establish a relationship of trust with underage victims, eventually inciting them to send explicit photos of themselves and in some cases meeting them to engage in sex.
In a statement made public on Tuesday, Laval police said that until recently Plourde-Dinelle had been working at a youth centre and had been in close contact with teenagers under 18.
Anyone who thinks they were a victim of Plourde-Dinelle or has information that could further the investigation is urged to call the Laval police information line at 450-662-4636 or 911 and mention file LVL 221106-021.
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