The husband of Hélène Sanchez-Parra, 38, who disappeared in 2017 in the Pyrénées-Orientales, suspected of having killed his wife, was indicted and imprisoned, the public prosecutor of Perpignan, Jean-David Cavaillé.
The investigation took a turn last week, when a friend of the couple told the police that this mother of three children had been killed by her husband. While in police custody, this fifty-year-old led investigators to “into an undergrowth”, where the searches made it possible “to find parts of a firearm on the one hand, and bones on the other”. according to a press release from the prosecution, released Thursday.
The judge issued a warrant on Thursday so that the suspect, in Corsica, could be questioned by the Montpellier Research Section which is in charge of the investigation. The results of the examination of the bones found by the gendarmes are expected this Tuesday. They should make it possible to establish whether they correspond to those of Hélène Sanchez-Parra.