Camilla Francisquini Obituary, Death – The funeral for the infant girl whose father had been accused of killing her earlier this month took place over the weekend as police continued their search for the suspect. Naugatuck Christopher Francisquini, age 31, is wanted by the police in connection with a gruesome homicide that occurred on November 18. He is accused of murdering his daughter Camilla Francisquini, who was only one month old at the time.
After being dismembered at home, the girl succumbed to injuries she sustained there, including stab wounds and neck compressions. The suspect is “armed and dangerous” and “this was an intentional act,” as stated by the Chief of Police of Naugatuck, Colin McCallister, according to the report. According to the police, Camilla was laid to rest on November 26 in a private ceremony attended by her family and close friends. “We are aware of the impact that this loss will have on both our officers and the community. We won’t stop looking for the person who murdered Camilla and we won’t stop seeking justice.” They stated that.
Christopher Francisquini is wanted for the crimes of murder and endangering the welfare of a child. According to NBC Connecticut, the bond is $5 million. On November 18, Camilla was stabbed, choked, and then dismembered by her killer. One of the most difficult cases ever investigated by the department, according to Police Chief McAllister, who described the crime as “horrific and gruesome.” It is alleged that a fight broke out between Christopher and the baby’s biological mother in Waterbury prior to Christopher calling the police.
According to the investigators, the suspect took his GPS with him in order to evade capture. A week ago, his abandoned car was discovered on Interstate 91 in New Haven, Connecticut, close to Exit 8. The police looked all along Foxon Boulevard, but they were unable to locate him. According to the findings of the investigation, Christopher and his daughter resided on Millville Avenue. A suspect was captured on surveillance photos earlier this month while walking down Quinnipiac Avenue in New Haven. The photos were released by the police.
They stated that the photographs were taken on Friday at four in the afternoon.
He stands at a height of 6 feet and weighs 230 pounds. Christopher Francisquini According to the authorities, the suspect has been involved in criminal activity for at least ten years. According to the police, he was on a modified form of parole at the time of the incident, but a tracking device had been removed. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is offering a reward of $10,000 for information that will lead to the capture of the criminal.