The research continues. And to find the body of Delphine Jubillar, the authorities have added two new places to include in their search area according to Le Parisien this Friday, January 28.
More than a year has passed since the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, dating back to the night of December 15 to 16, 2020. So far, the efforts made by the inhabitants of Cagnac-les-Mines during citizen beatings were in vain. The same goes for the authorities, who ended their multiple searches empty-handed. Since January 17, 2022, the investigators have decided to relaunch their excavations in the town of Tarn, guided by a new crucial element. To know, mobile phone geolocation by Cédric Jubillar, who is a notorious addict.
American justice has allowed investigators to have access to the movements of the painter until August 2021, affiliated with his Gmai accountL, according to recent information from the daily The Parisian. The gendarmes were thus able to note recurrences in these movements. Something to help them orient their search area towards two new places: the surroundings of the Saint-Dalmaze cemetery, near Albi, and the photovoltaic park. An area that “comes back insistently” in the digital data of the husband of Delphine Jubillar.
Did Cédric Jubillar try to sabotage the investigation?
The investigators did not forget to include the Drignac farm in this excavation area, encouraged by the testimony of the former co-detainee of Cédric Jubillar. According to him, the principal concerned told him that he had buried the body of the nurse near this farm, which has since been devastated by fire. And if the authorities prefer to rely on the number rather than the statements of the father of the family, it is because during one of his first hearings, in December 2020, he gave two wrong answers, the password of his Gmail account and a security question that would have allowed to recover a new password. Access to their Gmail account was therefore blocked.