Student who went missing in France could be burnt with garbage

Student who went missing in France could be burnt with garbage
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He was drunk and got into a thrash can where he fell asleep.

21-year-old Étienne Marie who had gone missing in France’s Toulouse is likely to have been burnt by accident with garbage. RIA Novosti - with reference to a newspaper Depeche - reports that he is likely to have been drunk and got into a thrash can.

The fact that the young man had gone missing became known a week ago. The searches showed no result still. The investigation got at an alleged trace of the person who had gone missing - with the help of examination of CCTV recordings. One of them shows the student falling asleep on the pavement and then getting in a thrash can. Early in the morning, garbage car took the can, however there’s no evidence Marie had got out of it by the time.

Taking into consideration the new circumstances, law enforcers are trying to find the student’s DNA in the garbage car’s carriage body. According to sources within law enforcement, the theory that he died in a waste burning factory is being considered seriously.

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