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The remains found in France are those of two-year-old Emile Soleil – NRK Urix – Foreign news and documentaries

The remains found in France are those of two-year-old Emile Soleil – NRK Urix – Foreign news and documentaries

Emile Sollay was visiting his grandparents at their country house in the commune of Vernet in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region last summer.

At 17:15 on 8 July 2023, he was seen alone on the street of a small village, about two kilometers from the village of Haute-Vernet, where only 25 people live.

A photo taken at a small church in La Boyadessy in southern France on March 21, 2024, shows a box with a sign on the front that reads “To Emile the Young and his family.” Next to him is a picture of Emil and a flower pot.

Photograph: Christophe Simon/AFP

It is the last note of the boy, who was then two and a half years old.

Two neighbors believe they saw Emil on this street, but witnesses did, according to the French newspaper Le Monde Conflicting interpretations.

Neither Le Monde nor Le Point Describes what these conflicting interpretations are about.

Main searches have been completed

According to Le Point newspaper, several searches were organized in the village, without results.

No Provence About 300 people, helicopters, drone searches and dogs were involved in the next two days, he writes.

French police begin searching for Emile on July 10, 2023, two days after he was last seen.

French police begin searching for Emile on July 10, 2023, two days after he was last seen.

Photography: Nicola Tokat/AFP

Local police initially viewed the case as a suspicious disappearance, but the investigation was soon taken over by Aix-en-Provence, which then investigated the case as a possible kidnapping.

– On March 30, 2024, the National Police was informed of the discovery of bones near the village of Vernet. Investigators took care of the bone remains and immediately transported them to the scene IRCGN (National Institute of Forensic Medicine and Forensic Engineering, journ.anm.) to conduct genetic analyses. This made it possible to conclude on March 31 that these were the bones of the child Emil Soleil.

The map shows the village of Haute-Vernet, 1,800 meters above sea level in southern France.

This is what the Aix-en-Provence prosecutor, Jean-Luc Blachon, wrote in a press release on Sunday.

I worked hard all night

Police spokeswoman Marie-Laure Bezan told the TV channel BFM TV They were contacted by a hiker who discovered it in steep terrain.

According to the police, a police helicopter was deployed to transport the remains to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard as soon as possible.

French police confronted a Vernet resident on Sunday.

French police speak with a Vernet resident on Sunday.

Photograph: Nicholas Tokat/AFP

– Experts worked from the moment they received the discovery and throughout the night to confirm the DNA profile. This morning it was confirmed that it was Emil, Bezan says.

She also told the TV channel that the discovery was made in an area that had been searched before, either by police or by a helicopter equipped with a heat-seeking camera.

Says the mayor of Vernet, François Balec Le Figaro The area is well searched and is also a place where both locals and hunters with dogs often pass.

he He also says The discovery occurred on the road between the church and the chapel.

Police are keeping open the possibility of remains being located in the area after searches.

After only days of reconstruction

The discovery was made just two days after investigators carried out a reconstruction on Thursday with Emil's family, neighbors and witnesses. According to Le Monde newspaper, 17 people participated in this review to reconstruct the moment the little boy was last seen.

French police closed roads leading to the small Alpine village of Haute-Vernet on Sunday.

French police closed roads leading to the small Alpine village of Haute-Vernet on Sunday.

Photo: Agence France-Presse

The cause of death is not yet known. IRCGN forensic scientists are continuing their analyzes of the discovery, and French police are continuing forensic investigations in the area surrounding the discovery.

– I feel relieved, but at the same time very sad, because I was hoping that we would find him alive, says Mayor Balik. BFM TV Sunday.

On Sunday evening, the Soleil family's attorney will issue a press release Le Figaro He was martyred.

The lawyer describes this discovery as “shocking and frightening news.” The parents would like to thank everyone who helped and supported them, including the police.

Report before 9pm on Sunday Le Figaro Mayor Palec announced a new general regulation prohibiting visitors from entering the village, to ensure peace for the residents of Haute Vernet.



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