Remains of a 7-month fetus were discovered Tuesday by two dogs in an equestrian center Clairac village in the Lot-et-Garonne between Marmande and Agen at the center of an investigation mobilizing dozens of gendarmes. Dogs made the gruesome discovery in an equestrian center in the countryside, near the town of 2,500 souls, about forty miles northwest of Agen: Tuesday, around 17h, they reported to their master, owner Richard Stables center Soen, a head, an arm and a portion of the thorax, and apparently still attached clearly belong to a fetus. The equestrian center in question was not available Wednesday morning and the owner was heard by the police. The center is relatively isolated Wednesday, Captain Jean Gambier, second in command of the company Marmande (Lot-et-Garonne) confirmed an AFP correspondent that this was the remains of a fetus. An autopsy performed Wednesday morning at the forensic institute of Bordeaux should include determining the sex of the child, the cause of his death and whether he was alive at birth. Equestrian center, extending over ten hectares, is located at a place called Cambes in a relatively isolated area, a few kilometers from the village. It has been fully completed by thirty gendarmes. Tuesday night, in addition to the military, a prosecutor Agen, a coroner and mayor of the town were present on site. A sniffer dog intervened until 22:00 to find any other remains and place of discovery, in vain, according to police. Wednesday morning, another dog, specializing in research bodies, has also gone in vain sector
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