Leslie Hoorelbeke, 22, and Kevin Trompat, 21, have not given any sign of life since November 25, when they had just spent the evening with a 40-year-old friend near Niort, in the Deux -Sevres. The two young people, who had been in a relationship for about 3 weeks at the time of the events, had to go back to sleep in an apartment lent by another friend, but remain nowhere to be found, just like their dog Onyx. If the track of voluntary departure could have been considered, several facts call out concerning this case. First, Leslie and Kevin’s cars were found at the scene, and their respective cell phones went offline the day after they went missing.

And that’s not all: after the first searches, identity papers belonging to Kevin Trompat were found in a container for recycling clothes more than an hour’s drive from the last place where the couple went. been sighted. What happened to the couple that night? It is still too early to say, but according to Karine Prat, Kevin’s mother-in-law, the latter had nearly 10,000 euros in cash on him, intended to buy a car the next day in Bordeaux.

Couple missing in Deux-Sèvres: the Poitiers prosecutor’s office takes over the investigation

A myriad of intriguing elements, which only thickened the mystery surrounding the couple’s disappearance and which prompted the Poitiers criminal investigation center to take up the investigation. “The legal qualification retained at this stage, in the state of the disappearance of Ms. Leslie Hoorelbeke and Mr. Kevin Trompat, and without news from them, is a qualification of a criminal nature (arrest, kidnapping, detention or sequestration, committed against several people and without voluntary release before the 7th day), “said the prosecution in its press release.

Couple missing in Deux-Sèvres: the investigation is progressing and raises fears of the worst for Leslie and Kevin

Leslie Hoorelbeke and Kevin Trompat © Facebook

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