The suspect in the quadruple murder of a Quebec man, his girlfriend and her two children has died.
Martin Godin, 54, was in critical condition in hospital for three weeks following what police suspected was a suicide attempt early this month.
Godin's daughter Medora, 13, was found dead at her family's Saint-Isidore, Que., home, south of Quebec City, on Feb. 1. Her sister Beatrice, 11, was taken to hospital in critical condition and died three days later.
Earlier that day, police found the bodies of the girls' mother, Nancy Samson, 44, and her new boyfriend Benoit Daigle, 39, outside a house 66 km away in Sainte-Croix-de-Lotbiniere.
Sources say investigators suspect Martin Godin was unable to accept the breakup with Samson.
Police said Godin died over the weekend.