A forty-year-old missing for a week in Grenoble, the police launch a wanted notice

A forty-year-old missing for a week in Grenoble, the police launch a wanted notice
A forty-year-old missing for a week in Grenoble, the police launch a wanted notice

Rénald Paquiot, aged 41, has been missing since April 26. He would have been seen for the last time at the Kiltin bar, located rue Chenoise in Grenoble, around 2 a.m. Police opened an investigation.

Grenoble police launched a call for witnesses on Thursday May 2 to find Rénald Paquiot. The 41-year-old man has been missing since April 26, around 2 a.m. He would have been seen for the last time at the Kiltin bar, at 9 rue Chenoise, in Grenoble. It was a relative of the victim who reported his disappearance. An investigation has been opened, police said.

Born on June 1, 1892 in Aix-les-Bains (Savoie), the wanted individual resides in Grenoble. Of slim build, he is 1m80 tall, his hair is long and frizzy, his eyes are brown and he has numerous tattoos as well as a prosthesis in his left eye.

According to initial information from the police, “he would be in possession of his vital card, his mobile phone and his credit card in his name”. If you have any information, you can contact the Departmental Security investigators at the Grenoble police headquarters at 04 76 60 40 40.


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