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Police and FBI are searching for a Connecticut man accused of the brutal murder of his 11-month-old daughter

Authorities are looking for a Connecticut man who they say brutally murdered his 11-month-old daughter this month in a case a police official called “horrifying and gruesome.”

Christopher Francisquini31, is wanted by Naugatuck police for murder under special circumstances and risk of harm to a minor after his daughter, Camilla, was found dead of neck compressions and stab wounds on November 18 at the Francisquini home on Millville Avenue in Naugatuck, a town about 17 miles northwest of New Haven, the police said.

Police Chief C. Colin McAllister told a Nov. 21 news conference that officers found the dismembered baby, calling the murder “horrifying and gruesome.”

Naugatuck police have obtained a warrant for Francisquini’s arrest and his bond has been set at $5 million, police said. The FBI is offer a cash reward of $10,000 for information leading to Francisquini’s arrest and prosecution.

Information published by police describes Francisquini as about 6 feet tall and weighing about 230 pounds. Police believe he was driving a gray 2006 Chevrolet Impala, which officials say was abandoned on Interstate 91 in New Haven near Exit 8 shortly after the murder, NBC Connecticut reported.

Francisquini was last seen Nov. 18, when police said security video captured him walking down Quinnipiac Avenue in New Haven.

Authorities are asking anyone with information about his whereabouts to contact Naugatuck Police at 203-729-5221 or the confidential hotline at 203-720-1010. Police have urged members of the public not to approach Francisquini if ​​they see him.

McAllister said at the press conference that police arrived at the gruesome scene of the murder after someone in the house called 911 to report Camilla was dead.

Francisquini, who McAllister said has a “long criminal history,” was on special parole when he allegedly committed the crime, and he was wearing a court-ordered tracking device that he allegedly cut off on the day of the alleged crime. murder, McAllister said.

Court records show Francisquini was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 10 years of special parole on a first-degree assault charge in 2013. He has also been arrested on several other counts since then, including including a misdemeanor charge of interfering with an officer. this year, for which he was sentenced to unconditional release.

It was not immediately clear how much prison time Francisquini served.

McAllister said Francisquini and Camilla’s birth mother had a fight in Waterbury, a town about 6 miles north of Naugatuck, on the morning of the alleged murder. McAllister said authorities believe Camilla was killed before the dispute.

Camilla was laid to rest in a private ceremony on Saturday “surrounded by her family and loved ones”, police posted on social media, along with a photo of Camilla.

“We recognize that a loss like this has a profound impact on both our officers and our community,” the message said.



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