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Disappearance of Héléna Cluyou in Brest: a man admits "an accident", the student still not found


The announcement was made by the public prosecutor of Brest, Camille Miansoni, during a press conference this Sunday. The 21-year-old disappeared more than a week ago.

Rebound in the Héléna Cluyou case, a 21-year-old student nurse who has been missing in Brest (Finistère) for more than a week.

A 36-year-old man, currently in intensive care after a suicide attempt, confessed to his brother "

having had an accident and committed a mistake

", just announced this Sunday, February 5, the public prosecutor, Camille Miansoni, during a 'a press conference.

He would have specified to his brother who asked him for details: “

You only have to see what we have been talking about in Brest for five days


Due to his state of health, this individual could not be heard by the investigators.

He set fire to his vehicle before his suicide attempt.

The body of the student has still not been found.

Read alsoHéléna Cluyou case in Brest: her hour-by-hour evening just before her disappearance

The young woman vanished on the night of Saturday January 28 to Sunday January 29 after an evening at a disco.

That night, she left the “

One Club

” establishment on foot, alone, around 5:30 a.m.

Then she was seen for the last time at 6:42 a.m. in the Recouvrance district, west of Brest, at the intersection of rue de la Porte and rue Saint-Exupéry, very close to the tram stop "



The investigators' dogs lost track of the student a hundred meters further on at Place Prat-Lédan.

The student was heading towards the Kerbonne district, to her grandmother's where she lives.

He still had about fifteen minutes to walk.

More information to come.

Place Prat-Lédan, in Brest, Thursday February 2, 2023, where Héléna's trace was lost.

Guillaume Poingt / Le Figaro.

Source: lefigaro

All news articles on 2023-02-05

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