Le Figaro Marseille
This is a relief for Lena's relatives, who had not been heard from for nearly 48 hours. The 14-year-old girl was found on Wednesday morning by the mother of one of her friends at the Saint-Charles train station in Marseille and dropped off at the Marignane police station.
She is home and is doing well," her father, Mickaël, told Le Figaro. "She and her girlfriend were in Marseille. It was a friend who told his own mother, who then picked them up at the Saint-Charles train station. She was taken to the police station, and we went to pick her up this morning," he continued, relieved, before thanking all the people who have mobilized in recent hours to try to help him find his daughter.
A young girl "very loved" and "very fulfilled"
On Monday morning, the young girl had suddenly left her school in Vitrolles, accompanied by a friend. Their school had called Lena's parents, explaining that their daughter had used the adult gate to leave the school. The hypothesis of a runaway was immediately considered by his relatives. "She had a conflict with her father on Sunday. They must have been plotting this with his girlfriend," his mother, Aurore, told BFMTV.
Quickly, many people mobilized to find Léna, whose mobile phone went off in Salon-de-Provence at the end of the day on Monday. Dressed in a black bomber-style jacket and a Nike backpack, the girl was described as "very loved" and "very fulfilled" according to her mother, for whom Lena had left a letter before leaving asking her "not to notify the police". "I'm going to find her, that's for sure," she said with conviction on BFMTV on Tuesday.