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French troops stand guard as serial killer's home searched for schoolgirl's remains

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The French gendarmerie stand guard in front of the former property of serial killer Michel Fourniret as excavations are undertaken to search for the remains of Estelle Mouzin, who disappeared in 2003. IMAGES

Added on the 23/06/2020 10:20:56 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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