Colomban and Marie, the parents of little Emile, always carried missing since July, have decided to to publish an audio message to the day before his 3rd birthday.
Five months after the disappearance of little Emile in the hamlet of Haut-Vernet, on Thursday, November 23, the parents of the little boy published a message on the website of the weekly
Famille chrétienne. A call launched à on the occasion of Mile's birthday this November 24. "Understand our distress, tell us where" is Émile", begged; the child's mother.
Since July 8, Marie and Colomban, Mile's parents, claim to have the intimate conviction that their son was murdered. victim of an accident or kidnapping. "Please, if he is alive, don't let us live without him, give him back to us! Please, if he is dead, tell us where he is. it turns out, give him back to us, don't leave us without a grave to collect us!", declares the little boy’s mother in this message.
" Terrible anguish"
"This November 24 is his birthday and we can't celebrate it. Uncertainty adds to the risk our anguish. Where is our little boy? What happened to him?, asks Mile's mother. Before adding: "All this you can do in a thousand ways, even anonymously, without having to ask for permission. denounce you, but don't let us and our families live the rest of our lives with this terrible anguish that crushes our hearts. The mother also announced, on the Facebook group "Let's pray for Émile" which has more than 18,000 members, to begin a "novena", a period of nine days dedicated to Share prayers in honor of a saint to implore help and mercy. Prayers will be offered in honor of Our Lady of Mercy ;Miraculous Daille.
Émile would have beené last seen on Saturday July 8, at 5:15 p.m., alone, in a street in the hamlet of Haut-Vernet, according to a witness. After his disappearance, the 30 houses of Haut-Vernet were destroyed. searched, all residents questioned and all vehicles inspected. Despite the multiple searches launched to find him, his disappearance has still not been resolved. elucidated. At the end of July, the investigation, first entrusted to the Digne-les-Bains public prosecutor's office then transferred to the Digne-les-Bains public prosecutor's office. of the investigating judges of Aix-en-Provence, has switched to on a criminal qualification of "kidnapping" and "sequestration".