“No discovery has been made, nothing significant,” said the deputy prosecutor at France Bleu Occitanie.
A search took place on the morning of Thursday, December 24 at the marital home of Delphine Jubillar, France Bleu Occitanie learned from the Toulouse prosecutor’s office. This 33-year-old mother has been missing since the night of December 15 to 16, in Cagnac-les-Mines in the Tarn.
The gendarmes established a security perimeter Thursday morning to block access to the street in Cagnac-Les-Mines, where the home of the missing nurse is located. A criminal identification team was present on site. “No discovery has been made, nothing significant”, assures France Bleu Occitanie the deputy prosecutor of the prosecution, Alix-Marie Cabot-Chaumeton.
Significant means are deployed by the authorities to find Delphine Jubillar. Hundreds of volunteers took part in beatings organized by the gendarmerie on Wednesday. LOn the same day, the Toulouse public prosecutor’s office also opened a judicial investigation for kidnapping, detention or sequestration for more than seven days to try to unravel this complex affair and study a possible criminal origin. Two investigating judges have been appointed.