Audrey, a 27-year-old intern, was killed with 14 knives in a tragic murder in Saint-Wan, Sena-Saint-Daniel, a northern suburb of Paris, on June 16, local time. His ex-boyfriend is considered the prime suspect and his whereabouts are unknown.
According to the Parisian newspaper, police received an anonymous telephone call on the 16th, claiming that an apartment on Gabriel Perry Street in Saint Wan had a major accident, and the informant gave a detailed address, but hung up without providing details. Police and firefighters rushed to the apartment to break through the door and found a young woman dead in a pool of blood, no signs of life. The scene was shocking. The mattress had been removed, the floor and curtains were stained with blood, indicating that the victim had been brutally murdered. The judicial police should list the apartment as a murder scene. An autopsy on the 17th day showed that the victim had been stabbed 14 times in the chest and abdomen.
A neighbor said in an investigation that he heard suspicious voices at 5 a.m. on the 16th and saw a man running down the street through the window, but no more abnormalities were found that night. Neighbors told investigators that Audrey, the victim, had moved to the building for several months and was quiet and friendly.
Before Audreys death, she worked as an intern at Jean-Vidal Hospital in Bondi, Sena-San Daniel Province. She was in her second year of internship with the goal of becoming a general practitioner. According to the head of the medical training and Research Department of the Seventh University of Paris, Audrey is a very popular student and has been highly praised during her internship and is considered to have a bright future. Audreys murder was explosive news at school. The incident also had a huge repercussion at Jean-Vidil Hospital, which belongs to the Paris Public Hospital Group (AP-HP), which arranged psychological assistance for shocked people.
Police initially believed that the top suspect in the murder was Audreys 32-year-old ex-boyfriend. Insiders said the couple had been separated for several months, but the man often went in and out of Audreys apartment, where personal belongings were also kept. Witnesses said that the man was very upset, but did not find that the two had previously had an argument. At present, the police have not found the suspect, nor the murder weapon.
Since January this year, 106 women in France have died in the hands of their partners or ex-partners. Ernestin Ronne, director of the Seine-San Daniel Observatory on Violence against Women, said that Audrey had broken up with her ex-boyfriend in the case and probably was aware of the danger, but still had not avoided the tragedy. The danger of the perpetrators must be taken seriously.
Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Luo Chongwei_NB12082