On November 18, 2022, Christopher Francisquini murdered and dismembered his 11-month-old daughter, Camilla Francisquini, at his home on Millville Avenue in Naugatuck, Connecticut. Francisquini is being sought by the police. He is considered armed and dangerous.
Christopher Francisquini, 31, has a long violent criminal history. At the time of the murder, he was released on special parole $375,000 bond. Francisquini is the biological father of Camilla Francisquini and lived with her at the Millville address. Multiple family members live in the home, though police declined to say exactly who else.
November 18, 2022
Police have not released all the information pertaining to the murder. The following information was released at a press conference that took place on November 21, 2022.
On the Morning of November 18, 2022, Christopher Francisquini murdered his 11-month-old daughter, Camilla Francisquini. The medical examiner determined she had died due to neck compressions and multiple stab wounds to her neck. After murdering Camilla, Francisquini dismembered her body.
During the time of the murder, it is believed the mother of Camilla was at a residence in Waterbury, Connecticut. Francisquini made his way to over to the Waterbury residence, where he and Camilla’ mother were in an altercation (no injuries were sustained). After the dispute, Francisquini removed his court ordered GPS monitor, destroyed his phone, and fled.
At 11:30 a.m. an unidentified family member discovered Camilla’s remains and called the police. When the police arrived on the scene, they found Camilla’s remains dismembered. They determined Francisquini was their prime suspect and placed a warrant out for his arrest. The charges listed are for murder and risk of injury to a child.
On November 18, 2022, a tipster lead police to Francisquini’s 2006, gray Chevy Impala. Police found it abandoned on the side of Interstate 91 in New Haven, Connecticut. A witness also reported seeing Francisquini in the same area, fleeing.
Naugatuck Police and the FBI are actively looking for Francisquini. The FBI is offering $10,000 for information, leading to the arrest of Christopher Francisquini. Anyone with information to call (203) 729-5221.