The kidnapping alert plan was triggered on Wednesday evening, June 7, after the disappearance overnight from Tuesday to Wednesday of an 8-year-old girl in Dunkirk (North), announced the judicial police.
Little Malek Younes is likely to be in the presence of her father Jamel Younes, 40, according to the text released by the police which specifies that the girl has long, black, curly hair and has black eyes.
Her 40-year-old father is 1.84m tall, has black hair, normal build and has tattoos on his neck and wrist. They could travel on board a Renault Twingo, green, registered DM 485 GJ, according to the press release.
According to the kidnapping alert plan procedure, “if you locate the child or the suspect, do not intervene yourself, immediately call 197 or send an email to [email protected]. »
Contacted by Agence France-Presse, the Dunkirk prosecutor’s office declined to comment on the case. ” for the moment “.
Little Eya found during the last activation of the plan
The abduction alert plan is a massive and immediate alert system deployed to help in the search for a presumed abducted child. It is largely inspired by the “Amber Alert” plan, created in Texas in 1996, after the kidnapping and murder of little Amber Hagerman.
Adopted in France in February 2006, it consists of launching a massive alert in the event of the kidnapping of a minor child to mobilize the population in the search for the child and his abductor. It is only activated if several criteria are met: there must be a proven abduction and not a simple disappearance, the victim must be a minor, his physical integrity or his life must be in danger and information must allow him to be located. .
Its previous activation dates back to May 25 for the kidnapping of little Eya, 10, by her father in Isère. The procedure had been lifted before the girl was finally found safe and sound with her father the following day in Denmark.