The mystery thickens three days after the disappearance of Lina, a 15-year-old teenager, in Alsace. This Monday, a hunt, bringing together around a hundred people, tried to find the trace of the young woman near a departmental road in La Plaine (Bas-Rhin) which she would have taken on Saturday. Leaving her home around 11 a.m., she had to walk to the Saint-Blaise-La-Roche station, almost 3 km away, to take a train towards Strasbourg, to join a friend. It was he who, not seeing her arrive, alerted the family.
According to BFMTV, an investigation has been opened into a worrying disappearance and no leads are favored by the gendarmes at this stage. The Saverne public prosecutor’s office declared this Monday that on-site checks confirmed that she had not boarded the train on Saturday.
A second day of hunting is planned for Tuesday: “Like any mother, you will understand that it is difficult, it is torture to no longer have your children close to you,” testified Lina’s mother, Fanny, after leaving the first. It’s something I don’t wish on anyone, it’s a great pain.”-
A call for witnesses
Since Saturday, the Schirmeck gendarmerie has launched a call for witnesses after his disappearance. She is 1.60 m tall and weighs 49 kg, has shoulder-length brown hair and light green eyes. She wore a gray dress, below the knee, a white down jacket, white Converse shoes. Anyone with information on this disappearance is invited to contact the Schirmeck gendarmerie on 03 88 97 04 71.