Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Binoculars missing: the mother received the money withdrawn by the father in Marseilles

Saint-Sulpice - The mother of twin six-year-old Swiss had been missing for more than a week received by mail the money withdrawn by the father of the girls in Marseille, before he committed suicide in Italy, said Tuesday Brother thereof Valerio Lucidi, saying "worried".
"There are some news this morning. We received several letters sent from Italy, where the village (Matthias Schepp) committed suicide returning all the money withdrawn from Marseille. These are notes of 50 euros for a total of 8,000 euros, "he told reporters before Mr. Lucidi the home of his sister at Saint-Sulpice (western Switzerland).
"There is no letter accompanying the money. We are concerned because the assumption he would have paid someone to care for children does more," he added.
Alessia's father and Livia who were seen for the last time in Switzerland on January 30 at 13:00 near the house at Saint-Sulpice, killed himself Feb. 3 at night by throwing himself under a train at the station of Cerignola (southern Italy).
He had on him some tickets when he had withdrawn several thousands of euros to Marseille a few days ago, fueling hope for the family of the girl he would have paid someone else to handle it.

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