The loss of Émile, the two-year-old boy who disappeared end July 8 on The Haut Vernet when he was in the care of his grandparents, more than three months ago, continues to be a mystery. Without clues or results that bring us closer to solving the case, their search, however, continues in recent days pointing to a specific place: the house of a young farmer Known for petty crimes.
More than a hundred days later, the French gendarmes EXAMINING tangible house where this 17-year-old young man lives with his mother; a property of the commune of Vernet.
Although he is not yet officially considered a suspect, because he has not been arrested, the authorities have kept him in their orbit as a possible suspect. They have to analyze and check every possibility because the case has been going on for three months, and that’s why it is now necessary to pay special attention that the agents investigating what happened have focused their interest on her and the surroundings of your home.
“We know it, even his nothing to do with it. “I was not in Haut-Vernet that day!” he said FAMILIES in statements reported by Le Parisien.
Does this represent a turning point in the investigation into Émile’s disappearance?
Although nothing is conclusive and it remains to be seen whether it may represent one or not twist in the case simply be part of another desperate attempt to find clues about what happened to Émile, some neighbors, however, do not hesitate to see the young farmer in the profile of a “good sad -an,” as reported by French media Gala.
The minor has a complicated family history, known by his reckless driving at the steering wheel with his tractors and, in addition, it has a background.
So far the agents have avoided revealing too much information, ensuring that they are only implementing controls. “It is too early to talk about a suspect because there are no objective elements linking it”, collected Le Parisien.
At this point, all hypotheses and avenues of investigation seem to remain open, but both in the small town of Le Haut Vernet and in the French media, concern and expectation are growing about these new inspections that will go in a specific direction.