The body of a young woman, about thirty years old, was found on Saturday afternoon on a forest road from Retz in the commune of Saint-Pierre-Aigle (Aisne). Union
The first examination by the forensic surgeon on site revealed that dog bites were the cause The cause of death for this woman was walking with her dog in this forest.
An autopsy must be performed this Monday to confirm these observations and to determine the nature and number of animals involved in the death of the Thirties.
During his trip, the victim would have called his spouse to ask for help. The man was at work and would have been there as soon as possible. He would have made the terrible discovery on a forest road.
The forest was hunted.
A gendarmerie investigation is carried out to determine whether or not this tragedy is related to a hunting undertaken. In this state forest at the time of the body's discovery
Other hypotheses, such as the infestation of one or more stray dogs or his own Tieres, are also taken into account by the investigators.
"At the moment, no trace is maintained or privileged," prosecutor Soissons said. "It is the numerous technical studies that make it possible to determine the origin of these bites, the size of the mouth, the presence of hair … are among the elements that the researchers are investigating.