A week has passed since the disappearance of Martin Carpentier and, according to the last update from provincial police, the suspect may still be in the area of Saint-Apollinaire. However, the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) has decided to be a little more discreet.\nFollowing an analysis of information gathered on-site, investigators are changing their "strategy."\n\n\n“\n\n\nWe will only communicate with [the public] if we have new information.\n\n\nSûreté du Québec\n\n\nOn Twitter, the SQ explained that "in order not to interfere with ongoing operations in the area, we will only communicate with [the public] if we have new information."\nQuestioned by Narcity Québec on Tuesday, SQ spokesperson Ann Mathieu said it was important that "the information we have, he doesn't have it either."\n"If he listens to us, we don't want him to know everything we're doing to locate him," she said.\nNorah, 11, and Romy, 6, were found dead on Saturday in the area where the search is currently underway.\nVia Sûreté du Québec\n\nThis article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.