Young woman missing from Saint-Romuald
September 22, 2004
Nathalie Godbout, 26 years, of Saint-Romuald, has been missing since September 23, 2000. She would have left her residence around 11 p.m. 30 without any identification and has not been seen since. At the time of her disappearance, she was wearing black nylon coat and white fitted leggings. She wears several rings on her fingers.
Cut: 1,57 m
Weight: 54 kg
Distinctive signs: She has a tattoo in the shape of butterfly above the left centre and a black panther with flame on her right shoulder.
Any information concerning the comings and goings of this people can be communicated to the Surete of Quebec to the 310-4141 or * 4141 (cellular)
Jeune femme disparue de Saint-Romuald
22 septembre 2004
Nathalie Godbout, 26 ans, de Saint-Romuald, est portée disparue depuis le 23 septembre 2000. Elle aurait quitté son domicile vers 23 h 30 sans aucune pièce d'identité et n'a pas été revue depuis. Au moment de sa disparition, elle portait un manteau noir en nylon et des pantalons de style leggings moulants blancs. Elle porte également plusieurs bagues aux doigts.
Description physique :
Race : blanche
Taille : 1,57 m
Poids : 54 kg
Yeux : verts
Cheveux : roux
Signes distinctifs : elle a un tatouage en forme de papillon au-dessus du sein gauche et une panthère noire avec flamme à l'épaule droite.
Toute information concernant les allées et venues de cette personnes peuvent être communiqués à la Sûreté du Québec au 310-4141 ou * 4141 (cellulaire).
Sûreté du Québec looks for clues in Nathalie Godbout cold case
Godbout left home Sept. 23, 2000 wearing black nylon jacket and white leggings
CBC News Posted: Sep 24, 2015 9:38 AM ET Last Updated: Sep 24, 2015 9:38 AM ET
Twenty-six-year-old Nathalie Godbout disappeared from her home in Lévis, Que., in 2000, never to be seen again.
Now, Quebec provincial police are looking for the public's help in uncovering the circumstances surrounding her disappearance.
On Thursday morning — the 15th anniversary of her disappearance — investigators with the Sûreté du Québec set up a command post on Guillaume-Couture Boulevard in St-Romuald, across the river from Quebec City.
Godbout's father, Jean-Guy Godbout, met with reporters at the post.
He said this time of year has been "hell" ever since his daughter went missing — he said he thinks of nothing but his missing daughter for the entire month between her birthday on Aug. 26 and the anniversary of her disappearance.
Godbout, a mother of two, left her home in St-Romuald around 11:30 p.m. on Sept. 23, 2000. She was wearing a black nylon coat, white leggings and was wearing a number of rings on her fingers.
Investigators believe she left her home the night before following an argument with her partner. Godbout did not take any personal belongings or identification when she left.
She has green eyes and her hair was red at the time of her disappearance. She also has a butterfly tattoo above her left breast and a tattoo of a black panther with flames on her right shoulder.
SQ investigators are looking to speak with people from the area at the time who may have seen or heard something that could help investigators solve this cold case. They are asking that anyone with tips go to the command post or call 1-800-659-4264.