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Brest: a 20-year-old woman disappears at the exit of a nightclub, an ongoing investigation


Eléna Cluyou disappeared on the night of Saturday 28 to Sunday 29 January. The investigations were entrusted to the judicial police of Brest.

Where did Eléna Cluyou go?

This 20-year-old young woman mysteriously disappeared on the night of Saturday January 28 to Sunday January 29 leaving a nightclub in Brest (Finistère), leaving her family and friends worried.

In a call for witnesses broadcast Monday, January 30, the Finistère national police evokes a disappearance at 5:20 a.m.

After an evening in a nightclub on the quays, she did not give any more news

”, specifies the publication Facebook.

Of slim build and tattooed, the young woman with brown hair is 1.65 m tall.

She was wearing a black faux leather skirt, khaki top, and belted black coat at the time of her disappearance.

Eléna Cluyou disappeared on the night of Saturday January 28 to Sunday January 29 in Brest.

Finistère National Police (Facebook screenshot)

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According to a friend of Eléna, the young woman disappeared at the exit of the "

One Club

", a disco located in the south of the city near the port, around 5:30 am.

We have not heard from her since

,” said this friend in a message posted on Twitter on Sunday.

According to our information, the Brest judicial police are currently mobilized to find the young woman.

In case of useful information, the investigators can be reached at the following number: 02-21-09-53-60.

Contacted by email, the Brest prosecutor's office could not be reached immediately.

Source: lefigaro

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