The national police launched a call for witnesses, Tuesday 11th June 2019, to find the driver suspected of having struck and killed a child, Sunday, in Lorient (Morbihan).
Nearly 48 hours after a motorist mowed down two children in Lorient (Morbihan), killing one and wounding the other seriously, the National Police broadcast, Tuesday 11th June 2019, an appeal for witnesses with a photo of two suspects. This is the driver of the vehicle and his passenger.
“The police departmental security of Morbihan seek these two individuals likely to be involved,” says the tweet.
[#AppelàTémoins] #Accident mortel de la circulation à #Lorient, le 9/06 à 17h05.
Les policiers de la sûreté départementale du #Morbihan recherchent ces deux individus susceptibles d’être impliqués.
Merci de vos #RT. pic.twitter.com/pSGVHTCaXb
— Police nationale (@PoliceNationale) 11 June 2019
Already known to the police
On Sunday 9th June at 5:05 pm, a driver crashed into two children near a McDonald’s restaurant in Lorient after fleeing a roadside check. The eldest, aged 10, has died, while his 7-year-old cousin is still in a coma. He is in intensive care at Brest hospital.
The investigation “allowed the identification of a suspect, not yet arrested, who would have borrowed the vehicle of his mother while he does not hold the driving license,” said prosecutor Laureline Peyrefitte.
The 20-year-old, already convicted of unlawful driving offences, is currently being “actively researched”, as is the 21-year-old female passenger.
If you have information about the two alleged perpetrators, contact the police on 17 or 02-97-78-86-00.
“Do not intervene yourself,” say the police.