For almost a year now, the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar has been accompanied by many gray areas. Because after having scrupulously inspected the family home and the surroundings, the investigators found neither his body, nor the traces of a possible crime scene.
After having searched the family home from top to bottom for the first time, the authorities, in January 2021, again searched the Jubillar couple’s home under construction. But this time, the police were not only looking for clues they had not seen the first time, but also looking for a possible trapdoor in which the body of Delphine Jubillar could have been found. “In early January, experts from the criminal research institute of the national gendarmerie inspected every square inch of the home. In search of a suspicious trace of blood, body fluid or struggle. They also searched a hatch or secret formwork which would have made it possible to conceal the body of Delphine Jubillar. Without success“, could we read in the pages of Parisian, in their edition of November 16.
A hypothesis at the very least plausible for investigators who, faced with unsuccessful searches outside, suggested that the body of the young nurse could be within the home itself, hidden in a hidden room. Both painter and plasterer by profession, Cédric Jubillar appeared as the main suspect since, according to them, he could have removed the body of his unfaithful wife, without it being known. But after this extensive research, no clues were found.
Any missing items to come?
On November 22, Cédric Jubillar – currently imprisoned at the Seysses remand center since last June 18 – will have to answer the magistrates’ questions on the exact course of the events of the evening of November 15, 2020. An interrogation in due form which should give investigators ample information and potentially new avenues of research for this case.
Cédric Jubillar remains presumed innocent of the facts with which he is accused until the final judgment of this case.