The gendarmes continue the door-to-door search and search around the home of the nurse who has been missing for almost 10 days.
The authorities continue to comb the areas surrounding the home of Delphine Jubillar, in Cagnac-les-Mines, in the Tarn. This 33-year-old nurse disappeared overnight from Tuesday to Wednesday, December 16 and has not given any sign of life since.
This Friday, fifteen gendarmes continue the door-to-door search for elements to advance the investigation opened Wednesday for “arrest, kidnapping, detention or sequestration”. Others check the accesses of the main roads around the city, indicates a source close to the file to BFMTV.
“More and more extensive” research
A search was also carried out on Thursday at the home of the young woman and her husband with whom she is in the process of divorce. “No interesting discovery” was however made, told AFP the deputy prosecutor of Toulouse. The investigations will continue and “will be more and more thorough”, she added.
The investigation, initially opened for “worrying disappearance”, took a criminal dimension after multiple searches. The Toulouse public prosecutor now considers that “nothing indicates” that the disappearance of this 33-year-old mother “may have been voluntary”.
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