Aurélie has been missing since January 28 -
On January 28, Aurélie Vaquier disappeared, without leaving any trace, in Bédarieux (Hérault).
It was on February 23 that the gendarmerie of this village of 6,000 inhabitants, located in the Grand Orb, was notified by his companion of the disappearance of the 38-year-old young woman, indicates Raphaël Balland, the public prosecutor of Béziers.
If a first investigation for a worrying disappearance was opened in February, the Béziers prosecutor's office has since opened a judicial investigation for kidnapping and forcible confinement, the prosecutor said in a press release on Friday.
In the research section of Montpellier, ten gendarmes devote themselves full time to this mysterious disappearance.
Without means of payment or locomotion
"She would have left the marital home without any means of payment or locomotion, with only her mobile phone and some clothes", notes the magistrate.
The searches carried out by the police, coupled with the numerous beatings organized by her family and friends, have since failed to "locate the missing person and understand the circumstances of this disappearance".
The gendarmes are looking for any testimony that can provide information concerning this disappearance.
In the event of information enabling the investigation to progress, anyone can contact the Montpellier research section 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 0.800.971.430.
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