Incarcerated for more than six months, Cédric Jubillar continues to proclaim his innocence. In the case of the disappearance of his wife, the family vehicle had been analyzed by the gendarmes, in particular to find out whether the main suspect could have driven it on the evening of December 15 to 16, 2020.
The mystery concerning the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar remain whole, more than a year after the start of the case. In the columns of the number Paris Match published on December 9, the important details of the investigation are exposed, in particular to understand how the nurse’s husband, Cedric, became the main suspect. Incarcerated and placed in solitary confinement in Seysses prison since June, the father continues to proclaim his innocence.
The investigators, for their part, are still trying to understand what really happened on the evening of December 15 to 16, 2020. They were particularly interested in the car of the husband of Delphine Jubillar, a Peugeot 207, which was parked near their house the evening of the nurse’s disappearance. As a reminder, when they approached the vehicle, they noticed that the passenger side window was slightly open. In order to verify that Cédric had not driven it recently, they touched the engine cover, realizing that it was cold. In addition, as our colleagues point out, there was no trace of mud on the wheels.
A car parked “in the opposite direction”
Inside the Peugeot, many things were piled up, like pieces of cardboard, old rags or the two car seats of the young children of the couple, who were in full separation. But Delphine Jubillar’s neighbors expressed their astonishment to investigators at the way the car was parked, namely “In the opposite way” of the one in which the nurse usually parked and more precisely “in the direction of the climb”. At the same time, the attention of the gendarmes was focused on the trace of condensation that they had spotted on the vehicle, which “could suggest the recent presence of hot bodies”, as our colleagues explain.
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