The facts go back to last August in the Lalanne district in Toulouse. As she has just returned from her summer vacation, a woman in her sixties realizes that her house has been “visited” during her absence.
Tiles from his garage were removed, leading him to believe the individual entered through the roof. She also discovers that the garage door was fractured with a pickaxe the burglar to allow entry into the home. However, nothing had been stolen.
DNA traces on the pickaxe
A complaint had been lodged and DNA samples had been taken, in particular on the handle of the pickaxe. A few months later, the genetic code finally delivered its verdict. And officials will find out that it is of his ex-companion, also in his sixties, tells a police source contacted by The Independent Opinion
Monday January 10, the individual was taken into custody and admitted the facts. He told police he just wanted “to have a chat with his old company.” He will be summoned to court in April for a comparison on the prior recognition of guilt (CRPC).
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