Investigation The 28-year-old man arrested on Saturday just after the attack on the nonagenarian was cleared. But the investigation continues
The central police station in Toulouse. Illustration — Frédéric Scheiber
La garde à agrave; view of the suspected man of having violated a 96-year-old woman at her home on Saturday Toulouse was lifted, indicated Sunday the public prosecutor, Samuel Vuelta Simon. “There is no reason to consider him as the perpetrator,” he said. The investigation opened for “aggravated rape” continues.
Saturday morning, shortly before 8 a.m., a nurse at home had surprised a man at home; his arrival at the home of a nonagenarian patient who lives in the Faubourg Bonnefoy district, not far from the Matabiau train station. After having the intruder on the run, the nurse had warned the police. The 96-year-old woman claimed to have been raped.
A 28-year-old boy had been raped. arrested shortly after. On Saturday, the doctors confirmed traces of violence on the nonagenarian. According to La Dépˆche du Midi, she filed; complaint and was able to return home after a short stay in the hospital.