Investigators found the car of Sebastian, the son of Troadec family in Saint-Nazaire. But it has been thoroughly cleaned and – for now – no blood was found inside … Moreover, several people have reported to police they saw Sébastien, but investigators are cautious in interpreting these accounts.
Investigators found the car of Sebastian, the son of the missing Troadec family in Saint-Nazaire. But it has been thoroughly cleaned and for now no blood was found inside. They have also had several people who have reported to police that they have seen the son of the family, Sébastien in recent days, but investigators are cautious in interpreting these accounts.
The car of the son Sébastien Troadec, a Peugeot 308 gray, was sought throughout France and borders, train stations and airports. It was eventually found Thursday, March 2, mid-morning in Saint-Nazaire, parked in a parking lot in Méan-Penhoët area near the shipyard, about fifty kilometers from the family home in Orvault near Nantes.
No personal effects or traces of blood
Investigators hoped to find traces and clues, especially the DNA inside.
But yesterday, they quickly became disillusioned. The body of the 308 had been freshly cleaned. And inside, no evidence was found: no personal effects or traces of blood.
The car would have moved
The police hope still unearth DNA to find out which person was in it last.
Since when was it parked on the square? The testimony of local residents suggest that it has moved in recent days. Are they wrong?
Several reports …
The police are digging to find out if the missing family had ties to Saint-Nazaire. They continue to be of particular interest of the son, Sebastian.
Several reports of people thought to have crossed the region have already reached them, they we said, but investigators also know the fragility of these testimonies.
Still curious clues
Research has finally paid off a little, outside Dirinon (Finistère) on Thursday. A book on which is written the name of Pascal Troadec, the father of the missing family Orvault, was found.