new research underway at Delphine Jubillar’s home

    new research underway at Delphine Jubillar’s home

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    The gendarmes are carrying out new searches on Tuesday January 5 afternoon at the home of Delphine Jubillar, in Cagnac-les-Mines, near Albi in the Tarn, franceinfo learned from a close source, confirming information from BFMTV. This 33-year-old nurse has been missing since the night of December 15-16.

    Specialists from the Criminal Research Institute of the National Gendarmerie but also from the criminal identification cell are on site, say close sources. “At least ten gendarmes have been on site since 2 p.m.”, indicates the journalist from France Bleu Occitanie present in Cagnac-les-Mines, where a large security perimeter has been installed.

    >>> “We think especially of the family”: in the Tarn, a whole municipality mobilized to find Delphine Jubillar.

    On December 24, a search had already taken place in the house occupied by Delphine Jubillar, her companion and their two children. “No discovery has been made, nothing significant”, then indicated the prosecution. The Toulouse court opened a judicial investigation for kidnapping, detention or sequestration for more than seven days to try to unravel this complex case and study a possible criminal origin. Two investigating judges have been appointed.

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