Disappearance of Lina: “We need clues”, her mother calls for witnesses

Disappearance of Lina: “We need clues”, her mother calls for witnesses
Disappearance of Lina: “We need clues”, her mother calls for witnesses

She hopes, once again, to relaunch an investigation which is stalling. The mother of Lina, a 15-year-old teenager who disappeared more than eight months ago in Bas-Rhin, participates in the program “Call for witnesses” broadcast on M 6 this Tuesday evening, as we mentioned this weekend. end.

“I think that Lina was the victim of a kidnapping,” explained Fanny Groll in her speech, reveals RTL. “I think it’s no coincidence. We don’t pass that way by chance, it’s a route we take because we know it,” explains the young girl’s mother, who therefore concludes that the culprit(s) “knew she would be there , (…) that she lived there”.

In her testimony, Fanny Groll also reports that she discovered, since the start of the investigation, that Lina had “bad company”. If she is doing this show, it is to launch a national call for witnesses. “We need clues, we need information that can provide us with details,” she asked, also ensuring that she remains hopeful that her daughter is still alive and “that we will find her.” .

During May, Lina’s mother and cousin had already expressed, on the show “Sept à Huit”, their suspicions of premeditation in the disappearance of the teenager. “I think someone wanted to harm Lina and it was targeted,” reported Fanny Groll. “She told me that they were threatening her with death, that they were threatening her family, that they were telling her that we were going to come home and catch her,” confided Louane, the teenager’s cousin. .

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Lina was walking to the Saint-Blaise-la-Roche station (Bas-Rhin) on September 23, to visit her boyfriend who lives in Strasbourg, when she disappeared.

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