A man in Connecticut is on the run after committing a heinous crime. A Connecticut felon with a lengthy rap sheet fatally stabbed his 11-month-old daughter and dismembered her — then got into an argument with her mom and fled, police said.
Police in Connecticut is looking for 31-year-old Christopher Francisquini. Francisquini is accused of stabbing and dismembering 11-year-old Camilla Francisquini on Friday, November 18. The murder occurred at their Millville Avenue home in Naugatuck, the Hartford Courant reported.
Francisquini then got into a fight with Camilla’s mom while she was completely unaware of Camilla’s death at the time. During the fight, Francisquini is said to have destroyed the mother’s phone before he removed his GPS ankle bracelet. He then drove off in a 2006 Gray Chevy Impala.
The Impala would later be found abandoned on Interstate 91, officials said.
A family member would then find Camilla’s dismembered body at around 11:30 a.m.
“We’ve been working with the Naugatuck PD and Connecticut State Police and all of their local and state partners to try to bring this crime to closure and this subject to justice,” FBI Spent Agent David Sundberg told reporters, the Courant reported.
The police have been struggling to find a motive for the crime. “That’s a question we’re all struggling with. Who would do this, especially to their own child?”
The FBI is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Francisquini. He is wanted on an arrest warrant charging him with murder with special circumstances and risk of injury to a minor.