Kevin and Leslie, two youths aged 21 and 22, have been missing since November 25 in France.
France remains in suspense after more than two months without a trace of the young people
It is unknown whether this is a voluntary disappearance or if third parties are involved.
Kevin Y Lesliefrom youths are 21 and 22 missing since last november 25 France, The country remains in suspense even after more than two months without a trace of youth, who were in Prague. A village in the French commune of Deux-Sèvres.
young man gone friends house Who had given him his house on rent for sleeping. Kevin and Leslie got there around 2:30 in the morning, but never arrived. very a the dog disappeared According to El Mundo the girl is Onyx.
from Stranger if it is a voluntary disappearance
There is very little information about the case at the moment. I know Stranger if it is a voluntary disappearance or third parties involved. Beyond that, there is little information and clues about what happened in early November.
researchers too strain more for one criminal act, Some “unfortunate encounter”, although they do not rule out the escape hypothesis or some problem related to drug trafficking. For their part, the families who reported the disappearances deny that it was a voluntary disappearance.
many have been deployed search operation, Both dogs and divers and hunt on foot, though all without success. in december it they found some property couple’s, couple’s clothes and a makeup bagin a recycling bin near the area of his disappearance.
versions of relatives No Make rule out a hypothesis, Kevin’s father assured that the young man had 10,000 euros to buy a car on the night of his disappearance, which would coincide with a voluntary disappearance. On the other hand, her father supports the theory of abduction and believes that his daughter has been “collateral damage”.
Another version handled by the local press states that on that day young man came home little Down, assuring that he had met “strange people” following him, something like would agree with him Abduction theory.