“No tracksThe investigation into the disappearance of Lina, 15, in Bas-Rhin (in eastern France) on Saturday has not been ruled out, Saverne prosecutor Aline Clerot said on Tuesday.
During a press conference, Ms. Clerod noted that two witnesses saw the young woman walking from her home to the Saint-Blaise-la-Roche station between 11:15 and 11:30 on Saturday morning. At 11:22 am his phone went off the air.
“We don’t rule out either way“, he said there are no tracks”Privileged“.
The teenager had planned to take a train to Strasbourg to join her boyfriend. The latter, who did not see her alight from the train that arrived at 12:53 p.m., alerted Lina’s mother, who informed the police early in the afternoon. CCTV cameras did not reveal the presence of the young woman on the train or at Strasbourg station.
Ms Clerod said there had been several searches along the route taken by Lena since Monday, in a hilly and wooded area, with no signs or clues of the accident.
“No banking activity was observed after his disappearance“, added to the solicitor, indicates no”Latest or old runwayIt does not allow recognition of voluntary disappearances.
Investigators will dig into numerous water bodies in the area in search of clues, he said.
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