Disappearance of Delphine Jubillar in camouflage: angry neighbors, distance from a child … the research continues

The disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, a 33-year-old young woman, mother of two children aged 6 and 21 months, who has been missing from her home in Cagnac-les-Mines since the night of December 15-16, 2020, continues to fascinate the general public. A beat will be performed on site this weekend.

It’s now been two and a half months since Delphine Jubillar went missing, and the mystery remains what happened to the 33-year-old mother. While local residents are overwhelmed by the media coverage, the search for clues on-site continues.

Cagnac-les-Mines, a village that is still in shock

In Cagnac-les-Mines, hikers immediately discover journalists. DDM – MARIE PIERRE FULL

In Cagnac-les-Mines, residents are in shock more than two months after the young woman’s disappearance. “Once again !” exclaims the baker as we try to bring up the subject. The residents of Cagnac-les-Mines are tired of the matter and the attention that goes with it.

“Here they come for dolphins,” let go of the hikers. Same atmosphere in the subdivision where Cédric Jubillar built the family home.

“Unless you come to tell me she’s been found, or it makes no sense to come,” replied a neighbor, angry at the media’s incessant parade. Another neighbor watches the arrival of journalists with one black eye through her kitchen window.

The Mayor of Cagnac Patrice Norkowski is measuring the impact of the whole matter. Life in his city is resuming, but like everywhere else it remains disrupted by the health crisis. The mayor decided to project himself. The orchestra and the fireworks were ordered for the July festival. The evolution of the health crisis will show whether it can take place.

Hair samples were taken from the 6-year-old boy

The investigation continues into the mysterious disappearance of Delphine Jubillar. Her oldest son, 6, was interviewed at least twice. He claims not to have heard anything on the night of the disappearance. The gendarmes from the Toulouse Research Department carried out the hair test to check that the little boy had not ingested sleeping pills. What would have prevented him from hearing the occurrence of an argument or confrontation between his parents? “The results are not known,” says La Dépêche Me Jean-Baptiste Alary, who regrets not always having access to the investigation file.

Field research continues

At the end of December, one beat had gathered more than 1,500 people. DDM – DDM-MARIE PIERRE VOLLE

In the field, the search for clues continues at the initiative of those affected by this matter, such as: E.g. this mother of a Gaillac family who suggested 4 or 5 people join her. “Today a hike is planned in Bellegarde Marsal along the Tarn. Obviously with the aim of finding clues for dolphins. Always hoping to find their trail by thinking hard of their little ones. Let’s keep hope”, she wrote after a first hike on her Facebook page.

A second hike should take place this weekend. The aim is to be useful and to further combat the campaign surrounding Cagnac-les-Mines in search of a hypothetical clue. “I said to myself, why not do more research? I like to go for a walk, so I wanted to combine the useful with the pleasant,” she explains. An approach in which the gendarmerie warned them on condition that they remain on a small committee. “I was told that it wasn’t necessary as long as I was doing it in a small group, but that I didn’t have the right to organize research.”

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