On the fourth day of Lina's disappearance, the search resumed on Wednesday morning. "There is a commitment of divers for research in bodies of water," says a source close to the file to the Parisian. Coming from Strasbourg, they will start with the Breux pond, at the exit of Saint-Blaise-la-Roche, the town where Lina lives, at the foot of the Vosges mountains.
The 15-year-old girl disappeared Saturday morning. She had to walk from her home to the station of Saint-Blaise-la-Roche, three kilometers away, to take the train around noon and go to Strasbourg where her boyfriend was waiting for her. Not seeing her arrive, he called the mother of the girl, who gave the alert by calling the 17 around 14:15, said Tuesday the prosecutor of Saverne, Aline Clérot, at a press conference.
"No track is ruled out"
Hearings in the girl's entourage were quickly initiated and video surveillance in the train trains, as well as at Strasbourg station was also checked. They show that Lina did not take the train. Witnesses claim to have seen her between 11:15 and 11:30 on the way to the station. His phone stopped broadcasting at 11:22 a.m.
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Several beatings gathering hundreds of inhabitants have been organized since the weekend, in vain. During the day, about fifteen gendarmes will carry out a new sweep of this mountainous and wooded sector. A procedure for "disturbing disappearance" was opened Monday and "no track is excluded," according to the prosecutor of Saverne.