Missing Swiss mother and child found in France

INTERPOL on February 10, 2012 released the following:

“LYON, France – A Swiss mother and her daughter who had been listed as missing and who were the subject of an INTERPOL international Yellow Notice, or missing persons alert, have been found safe and well in the South West area of France on Thursday 9 February.

Mizué Bachelard, aged 35, and her seven-year-old daughter Hanaé from Chexbres near Lausanne, Switzerland had not been seen since the evening of Thursday 26 January.

INTERPOL’s Command and Coordination Centre at its General Secretariat headquarters in Lyon, France liaised closely with the National Central Bureaus in Berne and Paris, with any messages relating to this case being treated as a priority.

INTERPOL Yellow Notices are circulated to help locate missing persons, especially minors, or to help identify persons who are not able to identify themselves.”


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