The Soustons gendarmerie in the Landes has launched an action plan. a call à witnesses after the worrying disappearance of a 9-year-old child this Thursday, February 8. The boyçs schoolbag and phone were taken away. found in a ditch.
The alert was raised. launched by the mother of Eden, an older boy. 9-year-old who has disappeared since Thursday, February 8. The child is said to have disappeared around 5:45 p.m. in the town of Soustons in the Landes. The gendarmerie , contacted by the mother of the child this Thursday, judged that the disturbing disappearance and published a call à witnesses on Facebook in order to help authorities solve the problem. find the little boy.
According to information provided by the local gendarmerie, Eden is 1m45 tall and has a thin build with short, brown hair. The last time he was glimpse he was wearing black jogging pants, black tennis shoes, a sweatshirt and a sweatshirt. gray-blue hood with a black jacket from the Kaporal brand.
The gendarmerie adds that the child could be found at home. on board a vehicle, probably a "black Renault Clio" according to his information. As BFMTV indicates, the family track is privileged. Indeed, Eden's mother informed the gendarmerie confidedé his son à her father, from whom she was separated, after leaving school around 5 p.m. With no news, the mother The mother quickly became worried. BFMTV adds that the boy's schoolbag and phone were taken. found in a ditch a little before 6 p.m. Eden and her father were not at the latter's home.
The search to find Edan, which began on Thursday evening, resumed this Friday morning with around thirty gendarmes from Landes, a helicopter and helicopter. re of the Bayonne gendarmerie and investigators new technologies which notably made it possible to geolocate the child's phone. The regional daily Sud-Ouest reported this Friday that a crisis unit should be opened to the situation. the Soustons gendarmerie.
For any information likely to advance the investigation, please contact: to contact the Soustons gendarmerie at the following number: 05 58 41 44 48, or by dialing 17.