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Disappearance of Lina: “Any clue is good to take”, the teenager’s mother calls for witnesses

In front of the press, this Friday, March 22, Fanny Groll, Lina's mother, who has been missing for six months, launched a call à witnesses. His lawyer, Matthieu Alroidi, has on his side denounced the lack of communication on the progress of the investigation.

Tomorrow it will be six months since Fanny Groll has had any news from her daughter, Lina. The 15-year-old teenager disappeared on September 23, 2023, while she was on her way to the city. the Saint-Blaise-la-Roche station (Bas-Rhin), à three kilometers from his home. It was on this route that she used to do so. foot – that his cell phone has stopped broadcast, recalls BFMTV, and since then, it has remained untraceable.


This Friday, March 22, six months after her disappearance, the young girl's mother spoke to the press. "If anyone remembers anything, has forgotten' to say something, a detail, it must be said, I encourage you to do so. do it, it's never too late,” she insisted. after having expressed her anger regarding the cyberharassment of which she is a victim and the false information which is circulating and, according to her, hinders the ongoing investigation . Lina's mother also announced the creation of the association Les Étoiles de Lina. "It's a caring step, […] with the aim of doing everything possible for Lina's return and support for her. the family", specifiedé Fanny Groll, also announcing the holding of a support concert, on April 20, in Paris. the Plaine village hall, of which "all profits […] will be entirely donated to the the association.

Removal of doubt

The judicial information against X for "kidnapping and sequestration" is still open and the investigation unit of the Molsheim research brigade is still active. "We still havençeven though the deadline of March 15 has passed' e, any news on the evolution of the criminal case, nevertheless affirmed that the lawyer of the young girl's mother, Me Matthieu Alroidi, who spoke first. "Ms. Groll can no longer understand why we don't have time to inform her about this matter", regrets the lawyer. “I don't understand why we are not informed of the leads that are closed in this case. There are necessarily tracks that have been explored. left aside."

"We work à high speed, we carry out in-depth, more judicial work, with the analysis of numerous &elements", confidedé moreover a source close to the investigation & BFMTV, adding that investigators "are not closing any leads. We always carry out doubt removal. For six months, no suspects have been identified. placed on guard &agrav; sight and no trace of Lina was found. raised.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116