A new “dangerous” patient interned in psychiatry has escaped to Toulouse. The third in a week. According to The Midi Dispatch the 32-year-old would have been declared irresponsible after running into students in Blagnac in 2017. A source close to the investigation confirms that the patient escaped in the middle of the morning, the police services were quickly notified of the description of this individual, who had not been found at the time of writing these lines.
The Toulouse prosecutor’s office confirmed to us the dangerous nature of the fugitive born in 1989 and declared irresponsible after an assassination attempt, specifying that the runaway had occurred at 9 am. He would have fled by taking advantage of the triggering of the hospital’s fire alarm system. Neither the prefecture nor the Toulouse University Hospital wished to react at 2 p.m.
History has repeated itself since last Wednesday, a 72-year-old retiree was attacked with a stick by an individual in the Chalets district. The attacker was none other than Jérémy Rimbaud, 35, nicknamed the “cannibal of the Pyrenees”. In 2013, this former soldier killed a 90-year-old resident of Nouilhan (Hautes-Pyrénées), before trying to burn him. He had torn out his victim’s heart and tongue in order to eat them. The killer was re-interned in the Marchant psychiatric hospital.
A second murderer declared irresponsible fled from the CHS Marchant in Toulouse a few days later. A source close to the investigation confirmed to us that a “dangerous individual”, “known for two murders” escaped from the psychiatric hospital located south of the Pink City, this Sunday, “he was found by a crew from the anti-crime squad” a few hours after his escape “at the corner of Route de Seysses and Rue de Rimont”.