Justin Kuijer Remains At Large, Stepson Found Dead

Justin Kuijer Remains At Large, Stepson Found Dead

Justin Kuijer is believed to be the suspect who stabbed a woman at a Royal Bank branch in St. Catharines on Friday morning. Police say the boy’s death is linked to this incident, without giving further details.

Police are looking for Justin Kuijer. He allegedly stabbed an employee of the Royal Bank.

This crime is related to the death of 7-year old Nathan Dumas, Kuijer’s stepson.

Nathan Dumas died Saturday, two days after he was found seriously wounded in his home by his mother. A manhunt for his stepfather has been linked to the case.

The police merely said that the two incidents are related, without explaining how. She also did not disclose the cause of the boy’s death.

The suspect is 43 years old. He is wanted for attempted murder and would be armed and dangerous. He is a white thin man, with a long beard and dark hair.

According to Niagara Regional Police, the man was reported to have escaped aboard a 2009 Pontiac Montana pickup truck gray color registered BYTE392.

Kuijer is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information is being asked to call 911 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

Friends of Dumas have launched a GoFundMe campaign to help pay for Nathan’s funeral.

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2 thoughts on “Justin Kuijer Remains At Large, Stepson Found Dead

  1. Approximately every six days, a woman in Canada is killed by her intimate partner. Out of the 83 police-reported intimate partner homicides in 2014, 67 of the victims—over 80%—were women. Yes some women are violent and can kill but they are abused and murdered by men at much higher rates. In this case he murdered a child. There is not excuse for that by anyone, male or female.

  2. but does it excuse spouting that “oh, look another typical violent male” BS?

    And here are a few things for you to think about. Men reporting being abused usually get laughed at. And according to a 2005 StatsCan study, men and women are equally likely to be abused by their partner.

    And while men are more likely to THREATEN with a weapon, women are more likely to USE them in the commission of domestic abuse. But according to a 2009 survey, men are more likely to let it go unreported, partially due to the stigma of being a victim of domestic abuse.

    But if you don’t believe me, I came across this source: inequalitygaps(DOT)org/male-victims-of-domestic-violence/ and see for yourself.

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