After failed excavations conducted in January 2022 to find Delphine Jubillar’s body, the researchers have a new clue that could finally give them answers.
Change of perspective. New searches begin on Monday, March 14 in Cagnac-les-Mines to locate the body of Delphine Jubillar, missing since December 16, 2020. Although the January 2022 digs turned up nothing, this time the researchers hope to get more answers by gaining altitude. Indeed, according to Actu Toulouse, it is the researchers of the Criminal Research Institute of the National Gendarmerie who will be in charge of this new operation, which will consist of sfly over Delphine and Cédric Jubillar’s house and its surroundings with drones† Thanks to these images, authorities hope to see if places where the Earth could have been disturbed stand out to provide new leads.
The drones will also be used to launch various places that may have been chosen to bury the corpse by Delphine Jubillar. Toulouse’s investigative department uses every possible means to find a corpse, which can take the case in a new direction. Because although he was locked up in June 2021 after being charged with the murder of Delphine, Cédric Jubillar, the prime suspect, remains innocent. The case has been ongoing since December 16, 2020, the date of Delphine Jubillar’s disappearance. Since then, many revelations have come to accentuate the case file, and recently the trail of Cédric Jubillar’s fellow inmate has been investigated.
A plan to sue the lover in Montauban?
During his incarceration, Delphine Jubillar’s husband would indeed have confessed that a fellow inmate killed his wife. Confessions that are still unverifiable, but also allowed the detectives to take an interest in Cédric Jubillar’s new companion, Séverine† Indeed, the authorities have evidence that the latter had several exchanges with the fellow detainee, who did not hesitate to share Cédric Jubillar’s alleged plan with the investigators. According to him, Cédric planned to ask Séverine to exhume the body from the original hiding place in order to hide it near Montauban, and more particularly near the house of Delphine’s lover and his wife. Actu Toulouse indeed emphasizes that the police know that the names and photos of the lover of Delphine Jubillar were shown by Séverine to the fellow detainee, against whom no charges were brought after 40 hours in police custody.
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