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Creuse: they admit to having killed a man to steal his car, the body of the motorist not found


Research is underway to find the body, which may have been abandoned on the side of a national road, according to the confessions of the inmates.

It all starts on November 13th.

Two men are arrested near Cusset (Allier) for the violent theft of a vehicle.

A trivial affair that could have ended there.

But, during their police custody, the suspects admit much worse: they would have killed a motorist to steal his car.

The two men would have abandoned the body on the edge of the RN145, in the Creuse, reports La Montagne.

The two fugitives would then have continued on their way, before having an accident in the Allier where the car registered in the name of a resident of Saint-Barbant (Haute-Vienne) was found.

This 69-year-old man, probably deceased, is therefore actively sought after the confessions of the two individuals.

A call for help to hunters

Its owner, a Frenchman living in Switzerland, would have met his executioners in this same town where he had another residence.

An investigation for theft "preceded, accompanied or followed by violence resulting in death" has been opened by the Limoges public prosecutor's office and research is underway to find the body of the motorist, indicates to the regional daily the public prosecutor of Limoges, Baptiste Porcher.

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The gendarmes of the research section of Limoges, in charge of the investigation, take the indications of the suspects very seriously, adds La Montagne.

The victim, originally from Haute-Vienne, has not given any sign of life for a while and no banking movement has been noticed recently on his account.

“The gendarmes undertook a lot of research, there is even a helicopter which flew over the town,” said Christine Séguy, former mayor of Saint-Barbant.

In a message on social networks, the French federation of hunters in Creuse urged its members "to be very attentive" during hunting trips and "not to touch anything" in the event of the discovery of the body "in a ditch or near it, along a secondary road" and "to contact the gendarmerie immediately".

Source: leparis

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