new excavations took place at Cagnac-les-Mines in Tarn

A hundred gendarmes combed an area already searched several times on Thursday, without any discovery.



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Illustrative photo.  (THIERRY COLIN / RADIO FRANCE)

New searches took place on Thursday April 18 in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn) as part of the investigation into the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, franceinfo learned from a source close to the case, confirming information from La Dépêche.

Around a hundred gendarmes were mobilized to cordon off and comb an area already searched several times. Eight dogs specialized in searching for human remains were also at work. The two investigating judges went to the site. In the afternoon, the device was lifted, without the operation allowing any discovery.

This operation is considered by this source as a “door closing”, and is part of the additional information ordered by the Toulouse Court of Appeal in February. Investigators were seeking to verify the visions of a clairvoyant, which was among the requested acts.

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