A body discovered on Sunday in Aragon, Spain, is "
likely to correspond
" to that of Cédric Tauleygne, suspect in the murder of two teachers committed last July, in the Hautes-Pyrénées, we learned Monday from the prosecutor of Paul.
Investigations are underway to confirm or deny his identity
,” prosecutor Rodolphe Jarry told an AFP correspondent, anxious “
to remain cautious
The discovery, mentioned by the Spanish press, was made "
in the research area
" of the investigation in Aragon, said the magistrate.
The investigations focused on this Spanish border province, 200 kilometers from the scene, after the discovery of the suspect's motorcycle on the run in Jaca, two days after the double murder.
According to the Aragonese daily "
", the man found dead was still holding a pistol in his hand, pointed at his head.
He was dressed in denim pants and sports shoes.
Spanish investigators also discovered a motorcycle helmet nearby with a phone and a backpack containing ammunition and food.
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On July 5, two teachers from a college in Tarbes, Gabriel Fourmigué and Aurélie Pardon, were shot dead in the village of Pouyastruc, about ten km from Tarbes.
The significant research resources deployed on both sides of the border had not made it possible to find the suspect, former husband of Aurélie Pardon and worker in a factory in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques manufacturing helicopter engines.
Aurélie Pardon and Cédric Tauleygne were in the process of divorce.
The 32-year-old is said to have recently started a relationship with 55-year-old Gabriel Fourmigué.
Everything suggests that this drama is linked to this context of separation
”, then indicated the Tarbes prosecution.