Published: Tue, March 21, 2017
Markets | By Lucia Cruz

NewsAlert: Ontario man wanted for first degree murder in boy's death

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A GoFundMe crowdfunding campaign has been set up by friends of the Dumas family to raise money for the young boy's burial.

“He was the kindest little boy youd ever meet. "Everybody loved him", Dumas said in an interview with the St Catharines Standard. “He was such an old soul.”.

According to police, Kuijer then drove to an RBC bank branch in St Catherines and stabbed a female employee.

Police say Kuijer is armed and risky and are urging the public to contact them if they have any information on his whereabouts. Niagara police spoke to the media at 8 a.m. Monday morning. When Dumas entered their apartment, she found her eldest son from a previous relationship, Nathan, in medical distress. He was rushed to hospital but died from his injuries early Saturday morning.

The search continues for a St. Catharines man accused of killing his stepson and attempting to murder a bank employee.

Anyone who spots Kuijer or the van is advised to call 911 or Crimestoppers and Gavin advised he is armed and risky. "It's a awful situation for her". "She's working with us".

Nathan was taken to the St. Catharines hospital in critical condition.

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"A situation like this, it impacts the community, it impacts the family", he said. "We obviously know he has access to a vehicle". Social workers were dispatched to the school the boy attended. "They are there to support students, and the staff too". "We are asking anyone who has information about Mr. Kuijer to call 911".

Gavin alleges Kuijer attacked a woman at the bank that he knew in a professional capacity, but would not offer comment as to motive.

Initially treated at the St. Catharines site of the Niagara Health System, the woman was transported to a trauma centre outside of the Niagara region.

He was last believed to be driving a dark grey van with Ontario licence plate number BYTE392. On the rear driver's back window was a pink floral tribute sticker in relation to missing person "Ashley Simpson".

Justin Kuijer is shown in a Niagara Regional Police Service handout photo.

Justin Kuijer, a 43-year-old St. Catharines resident, is wanted in connection with both incidents.

"Where he may be going we just don't know", Gavin said Monday.

Kuijer is described as white with a thin build, trimmed beard and longer dark hair. He wore a black tuque and coat, boots and possibly an orange sweater.

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