The Perpignan public prosecutor spoke regarding the investigation into the disappearance of Hélène Sanchez-Parra. Here are the things to remember.
According to information from RTLtwo suspects were arrested by gendarmes from the Montpellier research section last week in the case of the disappearance of Hélène Sanchez-Parra.
One of them highlighted the involvement of Hélène Sanchez-Parra’s husband and revealed to investigators the place where her body would have been buried in 2017.
Hélène Sanchez-Parra’s husband was arrested while he was in Corsica and was placed in police custody. According to our colleagues, he is the main suspect.
Excavations were carried out in the Pyrénées-Orientales and bones were indeed found at the location indicated. A forensic expertise must make it possible to formally authenticate the body found and determine the exact circumstances of death.
“We are in the presence of a woman’s body”
“After studies of the body, we are in the presence of a woman’s body. But it is impossible to prove that the body found is indeed that of Madame Sanchez-Parra. ” indicated the public prosecutor of Perpignan Jean-David Cavaillé as reports it The Independent. The latter explains that it will be necessary to wait “two to three months to have all the scientific results”.
Traces of a weapon were also discovered. “We are working on a weapon, to find out if it was used,” specifies Jean-David Cavaillé.
“If the investigating judge allows it, as soon as we have new results, you will be informed,” concluded the prosecutor.
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