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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 1MB IETHBRIDGI HERALD Wedneidoy, December 30, 1970 Stolen track big factor in T I 11 firms arrest MONTREAL (CP) A stolen food deliver-.1 truck found Oct. 22 in St. Luc 20 miles southeast of Montreal touched off a chain of events that ultimately led to the arrest Monday of Paul and Jacques Rose and Francis Si- mard. The three were sought in connection with the kidnapping and staying of Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Laporte. "I suspected the front de Lib- eration du Quebec kidnappers inight be hiding in niv when we found the truck emp-! strangled by a chain he wore around his neck. "I found it odd that all that was missing in tlie truck were the Mr. Dufresne said. lie notified the provincial po- lice and the RCMP and the fol- lowing day, Oct. 23, they made a search of all tlie buildings on De Grandprc road where the farmhouse is located. The search party had to break open the back door when they Chief Dufresne's suspicions tied of its Police I were aroused even more when Chief Alain Dufresne of St. Luc I he and the other members of said in an interview. j the raiding party found no one The Rose brothers and SI- i in tlie house, the kitchen stove rnard, picked up in a raid on an I on and the refrigerator door left isolated farmhouse, appeared partly open. Tuesday at a special coroner's "We didn't stay in the house inquest and were given format I he said, "because we had notice that they are being held I other buildings to search." as material witnesses in the SUSPICIONS RENEWED murder of Mr. Laporte. In a 30-minute appearance-a i "lien ne ma noi get any cora- formality-tlie three' were told I Plalnt from