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Case File 1516DFFRA


Hélène Loubradou
Missing since August 16, 1989 from Balma, France
Classification: Endangered Missing

Vital Statistics

Circumstances of Disappearance
Loubradou disappeared on August 16, 1989 from the Aufrery clinic located in Balma, a few miles from Toulouse, France, where she was staying following a depression. She was the mother of an 8 year old child.
In the late 90's, a link was established by investigators, between her disappearance and serial killer Patrice Alègre. The investigation revealed that at the time of her disappearance sexual molesters stayed at the clinic. The clinic driver identified Patrice Alègre as a regular patient of the clinic.
Prior to her disappearance, Loubradou had written in her diary that she was going to meet "Pat" in the Flourens café, located next to the lake where Alègre was used to go fishing. One of the café bartenders recognized Hélène from a photograph and declared that she was accompanied by a man whose description fits Patrice Alègre's.
In 2004, a team of 14 specialized divers of the gendarmerie searched the Flourens lake for her remains but found no trace of her.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Gendarmerie de Toulouse
(33) 5 62 25 43 20

Source Information:
Stop à l'Oubli
Le Figaro
France 3 Sud

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