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French toddler Emile Soleil's remains found but his death is still a mystery

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Almost nine months after a two-and-a-half year-old boy disappeared in a tiny village in the French Alps, his remains have been found by a hiker in an area that had already been widely searched.

Detectives now have to find out whether Emile Soleil's death was an accident or if he was the victim of a crime.

His unexplained disappearance in Haut-Vernet shocked France last July.

Emile had only just been dropped off to stay at his grandparents' holiday home when he vanished in the Alpine hamlet on the slopes of the Massif des Trois-Evêchés mountain range. Only 25 people live in Haut-Vernet, at an altitude of 1,200m (4,000ft), and his parents were not there when he disappeared.


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The hiker that found the remains of missing toddler Émile Soleil has spoken out about the incident for the first time since the discovery.

She found the skull and bones of the boy almost a year after his disappearance in the French Alps last summer.

Officers, soldiers and volunteers attempted to search for the boy on foot, with drones and helicopters also being used in an effort to find him, but it was ultimately unsuccessful.

Hiker who found bones of two-year-old Émile Soleil speaks for first time since making discovery (ladbible.com)

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