Delphine Jubillar: this inconsistent request from her husband to the female gendarmes who came to see her disappearance

This Thursday, March 17, Ronan Folgoas published The Jubillar Mystery, an investigation into the heart of a disappearance. In this book, the author looks at the case of Delphine Jubillar’s disappearance, which took place in December 2020. He especially returns the night when the nurse gave no more signs of life, and tells of the gendarmes’ arrival at the couple’s home.

The night between 15 and 16 December 2020, Delphine Jubillar, a 33-year-old nurse has mysteriously disappeared. Her husband, Cedric Jubillar, worried about not knowing where his buddy is, calls the gendarmes to report her disappearance. Even stranger detail: Delphine’s car is still parked in the driveway and she appears to have only taken her cell phone. Two officers therefore come to the couple’s home shortly before 05.00 to collect the man’s testimony and make a brief statement. But barely reached, Cédric Jubillar will make one asks the two female gendarmes in astonishment.

In his book Jubilee Mystery, study of the heart of a vanished, published Thursday, March 17, Ronan Folgoas recounted this event. When the two young women from the Pampelonne Brigade arrived at the Jubilees’ home that morning, they had to walk the winding, muddy path to the house using the light from their phones to see where they were going. When they finally manage to reach the top of the property, they come face to face with Cédric Jubillar. “The young man opens the door for them. He is anxious and cries repeatedly. Fast sobbing, mixed with lamentations“, says the author first.

The gendarmes reject the request of Cédric Jubillar

But before they can enter the home, the plasterer asks them something rather strange. “Before embarking on a first inspection of the house and basement, he asks them to take off their shoes “, continues Ronan Folgoas. An inconsistent request to the two gendarmes will refuse. The journalist then says that traces of mud have been found in the entrance, “as if other people before them had not submitted to this demand either “. During their visit to the house, the two gendarmes will find the couple’s two children in their respective beds, as well as Delphine Jubillar’s handbag with all her personal belongings inside.

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Cedric Jubillar
On the night between 15 and 16 December 2020, Delphine Jubillar, a 33-year-old nurse, mysteriously disappeared.

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Cedric Jubillar
Her husband, Cédric Jubillar, who is worried about not knowing where his comrade is, calls the gendarmes to report her disappearance.

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Cedric Jubillar
Two officers then arrive at the couple’s home shortly before 5 a.m. to gather the man’s testimony and make a brief statement.

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Cedric and Delphine Jubillar
But barely arrived, Cédric Jubillar will address an astonishing request to the two female gendarmes.

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Cedric and Delphine Jubillar
In his book The Jubillar Mystery, Study in the Heart of a Disappearance, published on Thursday, March 17, Ronan Folgoas recounted this event.

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Delphine Jubillar
When they manage to reach the top of the property’s steps, they face Cédric Jubillar

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Delphine Jubillar
“The young man opens the door for them. He is anxious and cries several times. Quick sobs, mixed with lamentations,” the author says first.

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Delphine Jubillar
But before they can enter the home, the plasterer asks them a rather strange thing

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Delphine Jubillar
“Before embarking on a first inspection of the house and basement, he asks them to take their shoes off,” the author says.

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Cedric Jubillar
An inconsistent request that the two gendarmes will refuse

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Delphine Jubillar
The journalist then says that traces of mud are discovered in the entrance, “as if others before them had not submitted to this demand either”

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