Kingston Police have once again asked for anyone with information about the homicides of Carl-Alen Delphin, 20, and Nico Soubliere, 29, on Oct. 16, 2021, to come forward.
While they sat out a news release pleading for information on Wednesday, investigators refused to provide any new details about the homicides or their investigation, only that they have “good reason to believe there are members of the public who have information about the murders and may not be aware of it or have yet to share it with us.”
It was mid-October and Queen’s University Homecoming was in full swing in the University District when Delphin and Soubliere, both of Ottawa, were seen within the crowds, interacting with the people there.
At about 7 pm that evening, emergency services were called to the K&P Trail parking lot off Sydenham Road near Highway 401 by a passerby who had found the two men shot. Delphin, also known as the talented rapper Lito, was dead and Soubliere was taken to Kingston General Hospital, where he died a few days later.
Kingston Police have not provided an update on the investigation to the public since Oct. 26.
“The major crime unit is asking the public to review information, including residential, commercial and vehicle-mounted video footage that was collected on or around the date of the homicides that still may be available to them today, as they have reason to believe that such information exists and will assist with the investigation,” police said in a news release sent out on Wednesday. Investigators are asking anyone who believes they may have information relating to the homicides to come forward.”
Information can be provideded to Const. Joel Fisher at email@example.com, or 613-549-4660, ext. 6338, or Sgt. Chad Parslow at firstname.lastname@example.org,or 613-549-4660, ext. 6245.