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LThe thriller stays intact, six months after the occasions. The three police custody as a part of the investigation into the disappearance of Lina, 15, in September in Bas-Rhin, “have been lifted”. A supply near the investigation advised Agence France-Presse (AFP).

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Three individuals have been taken into custody on Tuesday, custody which “was lifted last night” as a result of there was “no incriminating evidence”, mentioned the identical supply. READ ALSO Disappearance of Lina: the enigma of the D350These police custody had given rise to hope for an necessary growth in a case which had gave the impression to be at a standstill for six months. They have been to permit investigators to hold out “checks”, to “close leads”, a supply near the investigation defined on Tuesday, confirming info from the Parisian. The three individuals have been notably to be questioned on inconsistencies of their schedule on the day of Lina's disappearance. Other witnesses have been additionally summoned to be heard freely.

Investigations proceed, all avenues explored

“Since the opening of the judicial investigation on 1er October 2023 on charges of kidnapping and criminal confinement, the investigations continued without stopping in order to search for young Lina,” the Strasbourg public prosecutor, Yolande Renzi, mentioned in a press launch on Tuesday. These police custody “are part of this objective aimed at exploring all avenues useful for revealing the truth, and to consider the relevance of all the hypotheses put forward,” added Yolande Renzi.

At the tip of the morning of September 23, Lina left her house in Plaine (Bas-Rhin) to go to the Saint-Blaise-la-Roche station, about three kilometers away. She needed to take a practice to hitch her boyfriend in Strasbourg. Not seeing her arrive, he alerted the lady's mom.

READ ALSO Disappearance of Lina: “She could only have been taken away by a car”Witnesses, together with the previous mayor of the village, noticed Lina strolling on a small highway in the direction of the station between 11:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. The teenager's cellphone stopped transmitting at 11:22 a.m. Despite main searches over the next days, no hint of the younger lady was discovered.