The investigation into the disappearance of Emile (2) is officially treated as a criminal case | outside

Since July 28, the judicial investigation will be treated as a criminal case, Le Parisien reported on Monday. Thus the investigation extends to “the arbitrary abduction, arrest, detention and imprisonment of a minor under the age of fifteen”. According to Jean-Luc Blachon, public prosecutor in Aix-en-Provence, this change is not due to “a concrete development in the investigation that would send us into a potentially criminal mindset.”

This change allows investigators to conduct investigations that were not possible under the original legal framework, such as judicial arrests, seizures, and wiretaps.

look. Emile was staying with his grandparents in a village in southeastern France when he suddenly disappeared: “When his parents wanted to put him in the car, they realized he was no longer there.”

It’s been 44 days since Emile was last seen. He was staying with his grandparents in a village in southeastern France when he suddenly disappeared. Various searches launched this summer have yielded nothing. It is not yet clear what happened to the boy and whether a third party was involved in his disappearance. Last week it became known that, according to the sniffer dogs, the trail of the little boy ends at a fountain about sixty meters from the ancestral home. This makes the fountain of particular interest to researchers.

See also. Knowing Emile’s missing grandmother: “The family is experiencing something unbearable”

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