Jubillar affair: Dog teams specializing in “the search for human remains” sent to a place that still intrigues

By David Contreras | Editor

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New research is underway in Tarn and concerns the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, according to information from “Parisien”. Dog teams were deployed in an area that had already been searched in the past, but which seemed to intrigue investigators.

Jubillar affair: Dog teams specializing in “the search for human remains” sent to a place that still intrigues

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Major resources have been deployed in recent hours in Tarn. It must be said that since the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar on the night of Tuesday December 15 to Wednesday December 16, 2020, the investigation to find the mother of two children, who would be 36 years old today, is still not moving forward. However, one man has been at the center of attention for several years and it is none other than Cédric Jubillar, the husband of the missing woman, placed in pre-trial detention on June 18, 2021 and who is, still today, the main figure suspect in the eyes of the courts.

Recently, the words of a medium intrigued investigators in the Delphine Jubillar affair, the latter claiming to be “in contact with Delphine’s body”and speaking in particular of a farm located in a commune near Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn), where she “could have been sequestered”. Further proof that the searches to try to find the nurse are far from being abandoned and if we are to believe the information from the Parisian this Thursday, April 18, which confirms those of Actu Toulouse and The Dispatch, gendarmes were deployed today in Cagnac-les-Mines. In details, 30 gendarmerie personnel du Tarn as well as 30 neighboring departments – active and reservists – are mobilized”according to our colleagues.

A place already excavated in the past

In addition to the police, 5 dog teams, which constitutes a total of 8 dogs, are also on site. Dogs like no other, as revealed The Parisiansince they are “specialized in the search for human remains”. A clarification which indicates that investigators have little hope of finding Delphine Jubillar alive. As for the location of the searches, it is not unknown to the gendarmes since it is the place called La Souliéalready excavated during previous operations in 2022 and 2023.

Enough to give a little hope to those close to Delphine Jubillar, who have been waiting for several years now to have the end of the story in her disappearance.

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