Vigils held to remember Trois-Rivières native Cedrika Provencher

Vigils held to remember Trois-Rivières native Cedrika Provencher

TROIS RIVIERES, Que. — Vigils were being held Saturday to remember nine-year-old Cedrika Provencher, the Quebec girl whose remains were discovered last week.

Cedrika’s grandfather Henri Provencher was among those who gathered at the park in Trois-Rivieres where the girl was last seen in July 2007.

A candle-lighting event was also taking place at a Trois-Rivieres church.

Police say they are still searching the wooded area in nearby Saint-Maurice where the girl’s skull was found.

No arrests have been made in connection with her disappearance.

The Canadian Press

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