April 18, 2024

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France: 2-year-old boy goes missing after 3 days

France: 2-year-old boy goes missing after 3 days

Despite a massive search in the hamlet of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, where the two-and-a-half-year-old was on holiday with her grandparents, “no clue, no information, no element” could explain little Emile’s disappearance. A lawyer from Digne-les-Bains on Tuesday.

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“Little Emil has not been found,” Remy Avon told reporters, starting at a point on the third day the toddler went missing, and “we have no clue, no information, no element to help us understand this disappearance,” the magistrate admitted, if he was lost. , a hypothesis may be less and less, his main prediction will undoubtedly be “very certain”.

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After the beatings on Sunday and Monday, the investigation was intensified on Tuesday in the town of Haute-Vernet and its 25 inhabitants were completely surrounded: “The 30 buildings that make up the hamlet were completely visited, 25 people were questioned, 12 vehicles were visited and 12 hectares were confiscated,” he listed.

“It’s a question of looking for a small clue, a small clue, which can try to understand how little Emil disappeared”, continued the lawyer.

This phase of gathering this information will continue on Wednesday, Digne’s lawyer explained, before going to the second phase, “to use this information”, in addition to the gendarmes, sappers from the foreign brigade, specialized in searching caches, have been mobilized in this alpine town located at an altitude of 1,200 meters.

Research went so far as to examine straws for traces of “iron substances”.

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On the investigator’s side, they will go from 15 to 20, the investigation team will now become a “national” cell, which can “carry regional and national channels, especially science and technology. All investigations are over.

Regarding the call for witnesses, 1,200 calls were received, the lawyer said, calling for “civility” to avoid inundating investigators with useless information. Thus he gave the example of a report which led to the mobilization of a team to resolve doubts by testing a motorhome on the Iser.