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Disappearance of Lina&nbsp ;: still no trace of the teenager, concern is growing

Two new areas have been added. They searched Thursday, September 28 to find Lina, who has been missing for five days in Bas-Rhin. The teenager didn't leave anything behind no trace as she went to the station at foot.

[Put to; day September 28, 2023 at 7:51 p.m.] Five days after Lina's disappearance near Saint-Blaise-la-Roche, in Bas-Rhin, two new search operations which mobilized 80 gendarmes took place on Thursday September 28. After searches, searches and searches in two ponds, these new investigations did not make it possible to find the 15-year-old girl. The scope of research has expanded a little. The gendarmes were nearby. looking for “all types of clues.” particular objects, belonging to the victim in particular,” explained Antoine Jouclas, squadron leader of the Molsheim gendarmerie, to the press. BFM TV.

According to information from France 3, the investigators left from the Breux pond, in at least two different directions: from the edge of the pond to Lina's house, then towards the south, along the D1420 departmental road following the Bruche river. The day's searches ended around 3:30 p.m. Investigators invite all people who were present near the location of Lina's disappearance on Saturday, September 23, particularly around the ponds surveyed, to report everything. ;element likely to advance the investigation further. contact them at 03 88 97 04 71. Already several testimonies have been given. collected and "have been subject to in-depth verifications throughout the national territory" according to the Saverne prosecutor, Alice Cl&eac;rot.

Meanwhile, Lina's family and loved ones are worried. Investigators still have no lead to explain Lina's disappearance and have no clues. make no assumptions. The girl disappeared while she was on her way to the house. foot to foot Saint-Blaise-la-Roche station from his home in Plaine.

"No marks on the road suggesting a road accident"

An investigation into "disturbing disappearance" was open and the circumstances of Lina's disappearance are still unknown. The gendarmes determined that the young girl never went up to board the train which was to take him to Strasbourg and went back up to his trace until halfway between his home and the station, along the RD350. Two witnesses assured us that having seen the young woman walking along this road. One of them, the former mayor of the commune of Plaine, said: BFMTV, that when returning to this path a few minutes later, Lina “was no longer at the side of the road”. And the former councilor remarked: "So, hitchhiking or not, that's something else."

The station near which the teenager disappeared is located in a rural area where it is common to "walk three kilometers each way" foot" according to the mayor of Plaine, Patricia Simoni, contacted by BFM Alsace. The edile adds that if the station is located "in a place where" there are not too many houses and where there's a little bit of traffic, she's not a cutthroat.

The accident trail was considered, but the public prosecutor clarified that this was not the case. that "no marks on the road suggesting a road accident" was not found on this path. As for a possible runaway, the hypothesis is ruled out by Lina's parents and, a priori, by the prosecution who affirmed in the first days of the investigation that the young girl was not 39;had "no family problems" and had never run away from home previously. 

Lina "enthusiastic" before disappearing near the station

Lina had an appointment at Strasbourg with her boyfriend to eat at restaurants and go shopping according to her mother's instructions. She left the house around 11 o'clock to go to the house. the station". It is the young man who is the last to leave. having heard from Lina thanks to a message received 11:20 a.m.: “a video of her telling me that she was happy to come,” he said. fromLCI/TF1. The teenager then did not give any more information. sign of life. The young man then called Lina's mother “to tell her that there was something strange.”

A friend of Lina, Margaux, also noted the problem. oddities at the microphone of BFMTV. According to her, the teenager was particularly happy to go join her boyfriend, however, after having sent a message to say that she was leaving her home, the young woman would have been much more discreet than normal. "Usually, she used a lot of vocals to speak and then, suddenly, she was writing very quickly, in little words, it was very worrying, it wasn't like before. #39;usually, you could feel it when she spoke. analysis Margaux.

Research, but no clues

Since Lina's disappearance, searches and searches have been carried out. organized on the three kilometer long path which separates the teenager's home from the station and the surrounding area, particularly the forest and ponds. But no trace of the teenager was found. found, despite the deployment of helicopters, drones and dog teams including Saint-Hubert dogs renowned for their flair.

If there is #39;a field investigation has so far yielded nothing, telephone and banking data have not made it possible to find any clues either. Lina’s phone "wasn" found" and the mobile stopped to issue to 11:22 a.m. on the day of the disappearance, according to the magistrate. Since Saturday, no activity banking has not been implemented noted on the young woman's account.

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