Brossard mother and baby missing for four months

Four months ago today, Jian Ping Li and her six-month-old son went missing from their Brossard home.  As the days go by, her brother says the family is desperately trying to get answers.

Sam Li says he and his siblings, from China, who have been staying at their sister's pastor's house since she and her son disappeared, are confident the case is criminal.  

Jian Ping Li, 42, and her 6-month-old were last seen by her husband at their home near the corner of Sabourin Crescent and Stravinski Avenue on the morning of April 30.  Her husband says, when he returned home from work the two were missing without taking a thing.

Sam Li, who lives in the U.S. says family members spoke to Jian Ping Li just days before they went missing and they are confident she wouldn't run away.
They say she was happy and they were in contact with her regularly.
Longueuil police say they have received close to 100 tips and have conducted searches but the investigation is ongoing.
Sun Youth is also offering a $5000 reward to anyone who offers a tip which leads to their whereabouts.
"We hope to see my sister and nephew alive, but if not, then we would at least like to see their bodies," Sam Li told CJAD.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911 as soon as possible.

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