Rescued for several “facial wounds”, a minor claims to have been sequestered in the forest and beaten in Besançon

Rescued for several “facial wounds”, a minor claims to have been sequestered in the forest and beaten in Besançon
Rescued for several “facial wounds”, a minor claims to have been sequestered in the forest and beaten in Besançon

Friday May 10, firefighters from Besançon (Doubs) took care of a 15-year-old teenager with a facial injury, near Bois de Chaillé. The young man allegedly claimed to have been taken by force into the forest, kidnapped and then beaten. The police have opened an investigation to shed light on this incident.

Towards a new case of violence involving a minor? Friday May 10, it was 6:23 p.m. when the Doubs firefighters rescued a 15-year-old young man in Besançon (Doubs), on the Chemin des Tilleroyes. Arriving on site, the firefighters discovered the teenager seriously injured with “sores on the face“, before transporting him to Besançon University Hospital for additional examinations.

According to the daily bulletin of SDIS 25, the young man would have been “taken against his will in a vehicle in the forest, then kidnapped and beaten with a gun” before calling for help. Still according to the firefighters, this brawl originated in a conflict over drug trafficking.

What do the police say about it? Contacted by France 3 Franche-Comté, the police are less definitive. “Near the place where the minor was taken care of, we find the woods of Chaillé” explains a police Source. “So we cannot neglect the possibility of kidnapping and aggression in the forest. But no scenario is preferred for the moment because the victim has not told us anything“.

In fact, the 15-year-old young man did not wish to speak to the police present on the scene before being brought to the CHU. “We have a version of the facts, now we have to verify that” continues the police Source. For this, an investigation was opened. Justice now hopes that the victim, once released from the hospital, will come to file a complaint and provide “official” testimony to understand the circumstances of the accident.


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