Europe 1 with AFP / Photo credit: PATRICK HERTZOG / AFP 18:12 p.m., September 26, 2023This Tuesday, during a press conference, the prosecutor of Saverne Aline Clérot said that two witnesses had seen Lina, the 15-year-old girl who disappeared Saturday in the Bas-Rhin, between 11:15 and 11:30. The girl had planned to travel by train to Strasbourg to join her boyfriend.
"No track" is ruled out in the investigation into the disappearance of Lina, 15, Saturday in the Bas-Rhin, said Tuesday the prosecutor of Saverne, Aline Clérot. At a press conference, Aline Clérot said that two witnesses had seen the girl walking Saturday between 11:15 and 11:30 to the station of Saint-Blaise-la-Roche from her home. His phone stopped broadcasting at 11:22 a.m. "We are not ruling out any tracks," she said, adding that no track was "privileged" either.
Dredging of the many water points
The teenager had planned to travel by train to Strasbourg to join her boyfriend. The latter not seeing her get off the train arriving at 12:53 p.m. alerted Lina's mother who in turn notified the police in the early afternoon. CCTV cameras did not reveal the girl's presence on the train or at the Strasbourg station.
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Several beatings have taken place since Monday on the route taken by Lina, in a mountainous and wooded area, without discovering clues or traces of accident, said Aline Clérot. "No banking activity has been noted since his disappearance," added the prosecutor, indicating that no "recent or old fugue" allowed "to accredit a voluntary disappearance". Investigators will dredge the many water points in the area in search of clues, she said.