Bones found at the end of October in Dordogne were identified as missing from 2006.
12 years later. The bones of a man who disappeared in October 2006 discovered on October 27 pedestrians who walked in the old quarries around the village of Saint-Astier (Dordogne).
Thanks to the alliance and peculiarities of dental care, the autopsy enabled the identification of remains, such as 43-year-old men, residents of the village, but missing from October 24, 2006, reported to our colleagues from South West Europe, West.
At that time, the individual, a chef in the hospital, left his workplace on foot. He did not see that he was coming back, his wife alerted the gendarmes who put in the important means of finding a forty-year-old. Without success.
According to the State Prosecutor's Office, the fracture of the debris suggests that a man could fall.
Posted on 17/11/2018 at 12:48