Another arrest has been made in the murder of Tricia Boisvert.
31-year-old James Boucher, who was wanted Canada-wide, surrendered to police in Hull Thursday afternoon.
He's accused of helping alleged killer Phillippe Steele-Morin get rid of Boisvert's body in a wooded area in the Outaouais region.
Steele-Morin, also wanted on a Canada-wide arrest warrant, was apprehended earlier in the week in Gatineau.
Boucher is scheduled to appear in court Friday.
Boisvert went missing in January from Little Burgundy and was found dead days later.