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The body of Vincent, the 35-year-old French teacher who went missing in England, found in a river

2023-12-07T15:56:58.734Z

Highlights: Body of Vincent Le Goascoz, 35, found in the River Avon, in Bristol in the United Kingdom. Originally from Brest, he had been missing since the night of Friday to Saturday. The British police favour the theory of an "accident" An online fundraiser has been opened to support Vincent's friends and family, who travelled to England to participate in his research. He taught his native language in Wotton-under-Edge, a small town of about 6,000 inhabitants.


Originally from Brest, he had been missing since the night of Friday to Saturday. The British police favour the theory of an "accident"


Terrible news for Vincent Le Goascoz's loved ones. Missing since the night of Friday 2 to Saturday 3 December, the body of the 35-year-old was found on Wednesday in the River Avon, in Bristol in the United Kingdom. His family was notified immediately, local police said.

Vincent was last seen on Saturday, December 2, at 1:30 a.m., outside the Totos By The River bar and restaurant. According to Ouest-France, this French and Spanish teacher was returning from work, after an "Xmas Party".

The family had travelled to participate in the search

Originally from Brest (Finistère), Vincent Le Goascoz left France for the United Kingdom in 2013. After spending a year in Liverpool as a French assistant, the young man then moved to Bristol, a city he has never left. According to our colleagues at Le Télégramme, he taught his native language in Wotton-under-Edge, a small town of about 6,000 inhabitants located about <> kilometres north of Bristol. He reportedly left his post last June.

Bristol police had taken Vincent's disappearance very seriously, deploying drones in addition to searches, patrols and neighbourhood investigations. She assures, for the moment, that "the death is not considered suspicious", thus favouring the theory of an accident.

An online fundraiser has been opened to support Vincent's friends and family, who travelled to England to participate in his research.

Source: leparis

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