British hiker Easter Dingley, whose skull fragments were found in the Pyrenees area where he went missing in November last year, may have been killed.
Dingley, from Durham, was traveling with her boyfriend Dan Colgate when she went on a solo track and disappeared. French police have admitted after nearly nine months of interrogation that he could have been killed. Police concluded they were unable to find the remains of Easter’s body or his hiking equipment where his skull was found. the sun.
Dingley was an experienced adventurer and had more than 30 items in his kit, including rigs made of hard, durable materials and survival equipment, most of which were brightly colored. In the case of his body, search teams believed it could be missing because a wild bear or wolf could move his piece near a well-used trail when he died in the fall. ۔
However, if this theory were to be considered correct, pedestrian clothing and equipment would have been scattered in the rugged Port de la Glair mountain pass and found by now.
In a recent conversation with Outlet, the latest prosecutor, Christophe Amonztegoi, who is leading the investigation, explicitly refused to rule out wrongdoing in the case. “The purpose is to present a scenario to explain the disappearance of Easter Dingley. To find out what might have happened – whether it was an accidental case, or a criminal case, because we are the door to a hypothesis,” he said. Are not closing. “
Meanwhile, expert teams continue to search the barren area between Spain and France. Dingley’s companion, Dean, searches the mountain every day, as does his mother, Rhea Bryant.
Last month, DNA tests confirmed that a piece of skull, found by Spanish hikers on foot and not seen before, belonged to Dingley. However, pathologists are still testing the bone fragments to determine the cause of death.