Police: Suspected killer of 11-month-old daughter captured in Waterbury

Officials say Christopher Francisquini, the man accused of killing his 11-month-old baby in Naugatuck, has been found.
Police say he was located at a bus stop in Waterbury after receiving a tip around 3 p.m. Friday from a resident who spotted Francisquini. Police arrived at the scene shortly after receiving the call to apprehend the suspect.
The capture of the 31-year-old can be seen from multiple point-of-views from body cameras worn by the dozens of officers that responded to Grand Street in Waterbury Friday. No one was injured and police say the suspect was not armed at the time.
Police say officers worked nonstop for two weeks since the crime, working through the holiday to bring justice to baby Camilla.
Officers say Francisquini stabbed, strangled and dismembered his 11-month-old daughter Camilla at their home in Naugatuck on Nov. 18. They say Francisquini was known to law enforcement and was on house arrest and parole at the time of the homicide.
After the incident and a brief altercation with his daughter's mother, Francisquini took off, and days later, was spotted in New Haven. Police have been investigating his whereabouts over the past two weeks.
Naugatuck police say they hope the capture of Francisquini can ease some of the pain of this tragedy for the family.
"We hope they can breathe easier knowing that this violent criminal was taken into custody and taken off the streets," said an officer.
Francisquini is expected to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on Monday.