Um month and one day. That’s how long Émile, two and a half years old, has been missing in the town of Haut-Vernet, in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, in France.

The mayor of Haut-Vernet, François Balique, considers that the abduction thesis is the most plausible, stating that the child was “necessarily withdrawn by someone”, who will be “crazy” or “Machiavellian”.

“The feeling is one of anger. When we see that Émile is not found in the city, it means that he has necessarily been removed. It cannot be otherwise. It could only have been moved by adults – by one or more. Either we are dealing with a madman, or we are dealing with someone Machiavellian”, he said in statements to CNews.

More than a month after the disappearance of the minor, there are no traces of the child, even after being “97 hectares of fields, woods or steep terrain carefully examined”, as revealed by the prosecutor Rémy Avon.

Faced with such significant efforts and such meager results, the mayor did not hide the “feeling of anger”, but now leaves the case in the hands of justice.

“Fortunately, justice is being done. I did everything to ensure that the investigations were successful, that justice now finds the reason for his disappearance and that the perpetrators of these facts are punished”, concluded Balique.

Remember everything about the case of Émile’s disappearance, here.

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