Bathurst NB police announce the disappearance of Madison Roy-Boudreau is being investigated as a homicide

The 2021 New Brunswick Homicide Victim List is available here

14-year-old Madison Roy-Boudreau was last seen by her father at 7:30 a.m. on May 11 as she walked to the school bus stop near her home. Investigators determined she got into a grey Ford Ranger, that is currently in the possession of the Bathurst Police Force.

Bathurst police Chief Stephane Roy said they now deem Madison to be the victim of a homicide. Because Madison’s disappearance is an active investigation, they cannot name their primary suspect.

On August 9th, Bathurst Police Force, assisted by RCMP Underwater Recovery Team, RCMP Tactical Support Group (ground search team), Miramichi Police Force and the BNPP Regional Police Force will be conducting searches in Middle River, New Brunswick.

Anyone with information regarding the disappearance of Madison Roy-Boudreau is asked to call the Bathurst Police Force at (506) 548-0420 (option #2).