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Christopher Francisquini choked and dismembered 11-month-old Camilla in Naugatuck, Connecticut

Naugatuck Police Detectives continue to work with local, state and federal partners to track down Christopher Francisquini who choked and dismembered 11-month-old Camilla in Naugatuck, Connecticut



Naugatuck Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a homicide suspect Christopher Francisquini who allegedly choked and dismembered 11-month-old Camilla in Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 18

On November 18, Christopher Francisquini, age 31, is accused of choking and dismembering an infant named Camilla, who was 11 months old at the time.

Police have a strong suspicion that Francisquini, who was free from prison at the time, murdered the infant after getting into a fight with the mother of the child.

Coroners determined that Camilla’s death was the result of a homicide.

Francisquini is said to have broken her phone and taken off the tracking device that was on his ankle.

It is believed by the police that this was an attempt to elude capture.

Francisquini is accused of fleeing the scene in a Chevrolet Impala from the year 2006, according to the police.

It was rumored that the automobile had been left parked off to the side of an exit off of Interstate 91.

A witness reportedly told the police that they saw Francisquini running away into the woods.

A security video that was released by the police appeared to show a man who the authorities suspect to be Francisquini walking on a sidewalk in New Haven, which is around 24 kilometers (15 miles) away from Naugatuck.

The man was dressed all in black, including his pants, his headwear, and his hoodie, which was white.

The suspected criminal act was described as “horrific,” “unconscionable,” and “heinous” by Officer Colin C. McAllister of the Naugatuck Police Department.

Officers have not disclosed a motive for the crime, but they have called it as one of the “most challenging” cases they have dealt with.

Since then, Camilla’s grieving family has laid her to rest, and law enforcement officials have sworn that they will never stop “seeking justice.”

They went on to say, “We know that a tragedy such as this has a tremendous impact on both our officers and our community.”

According to the authorities, Francisquini is being charged with one crime of murder with extraordinary circumstances as well as one count of danger of injury to a minor.

After being charged with assault in 2013, Francisquini was given a sentence that included both 10 years in prison and 10 years of special parole, as was revealed by the data kept by the police.

According to the police, Francisquini has a “violent history” and has been arrested on multiple counts in the past, thus they say he has a “violent history.”

Investigators say that he was involved in a carjacking and attacked police officers, so he was sent back to jail in November 2021.

Officers have asked anyone with information that could help the investigation to call the Naugatuck Police Department at (203) 729-5221.

Tips can also be made anonymously by calling (203) 720-1010.

A $10,000 reward has also been offered by the police for information that leads to an arrest and conviction.

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