The gendarmerie of Soustons in the Landes had launched an attack. a call à witnesses after the disturbing disappearance of a 9-year-old child. After a day of research, the child and his father were taken into custody. found again this Friday, February 9.
Port disappeared in the Landes since the day before, Eden, âg&eac; aged 9, was é found accompanied from his father this Friday, February 9 in the afternoon. It was in Lot-et-Garonne, in the town of Géraud, that the child and his father were taken ; found according to information from the prosecutor reported by BFMTV. The child wasé found in good health although in shock. The investigation should continue in order to clarify the circumstances of the disappearance which now seem to have been revealed. family differences.
In a press release, the prosecutor explains: "The first acts of investigation made it possible to establish that the departure of Mr. Chesneau (the father, Editor's note) seemed planned, with food and clothing purchases made accordingly, but with the intention of not being able to be spoiled ;localisé. So his cell phone was left behind. in the mobile home that Mr. Chesneau occupied in the town of Magescq".
The alert had been raised. launched by Eden's mother this Thursday evening. The child had disappeared in the town of Soustons in the Landes around 5:45 p.m. shortly after When she left school. Eden's mother said: &to the gendarmerie having confidedé his son à her father, from whom she was separated, after leaving school. Without news, she decided to alert the gendarmerie who then published a call à witnesses on Facebook in order to help authorities solve the problem. find the little boy. The gendarmerie immediately gave priority to the investigation. the family trail, as indicated by BFMTV. The media added that the boy's schoolbag and phone were then taken away. found in a ditch a little before 6 p.m. The gendarmerie indicated that the child could be found at home. edge of a "black Renault Clio" according to his information.
The search to find Eden began on Thursday evening, before resuming this Friday morning with around 80 Landes gendarmes according to BFMTV, a h Helicoptère of the Bayonne gendarmerie and investigators new technologies which notably made it possible to geolocate the phone of the' child.