For twelve days, the relatives of Leslie Hoorelbeke and her companion Kevin Trompat have been living in permanent stress.
That of absence.
An investigation was opened after the mysterious disappearance, at the end of November, of a couple who had just spent an evening with friends in Deux-Sèvres, indicates the gendarmerie this Wednesday, confirming information from the regional press, and in particular from the Courier from West.
The two young people, respectively aged 22 and 21 according to the call for witnesses from the gendarmerie, accompanied by Onyx, a German shepherd cross dog, have not given any sign of life since November 25, specifies the gendarmerie of the department in a call for witnesses broadcast on social networks.
They had then spent the evening with friends in Prahecq, a small town southeast of Niort.
Their disappearance was reported by their family.
Their cell phones "no longer transmit"
Research was carried out and their two vehicles were found, confirmed a source close to the investigation, without specifying the place of discovery.
According to the regional daily "Le Courrier de l'Ouest", the couple had to spend the night in the house of another friend from the region, who was absent.
“After five days, we really started to worry, reports Leslie's mother-in-law to our colleagues.
She comes and goes but she always gives news.
We called his friends, his best friend, the one who had lent them the house, nobody saw them again.
The young woman works as an entrepreneur in the building sector and still lived with her father in Aigrefeuille-d'Aunis.
According to a relative of the couple quoted by the newspaper, the mobile phones of the two missing "no longer emit", while the young woman "regularly gives her news" ordinarily.
The Niort research brigade was seized.
In its call for witnesses broadcast on social networks, the gendarmerie of Deux-Sèvres invites anyone with potential information to contact the gendarmerie of Niort at
Or by dialing