The Hauts-de-Seine judicial police were entrusted with an investigation to determine the cause of their deaths. There will be an autopsy as well.
The Nanterre prosecutor’s office informed BFM Paris Île-de-France that three bodies of infants were discovered dead in a pavilion in Ville-d’Avray, Hauts-de-Seine, on Tuesday.
3:00 p.m. Firefighters stepped in on Tuesday afternoon to help a person who was in shock. He discovered the bodies of three infants in three buckets while emptying the former home of a deceased person.
One was in a liquid that resembled formaldehyde, while the other two were dried out, according to our information.
A gynecologist who passed away a few years ago was the previous owner of the property.
• An open investigation
The Hauts-de-Seine judicial police were entrusted with an investigation to determine the cause of their deaths.
A representative from the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Nanterre also paid a visit to the site.
• An autopsy performed
The three infаnts’ bodies will be аutopsied to determine the cаuses of deаth аnd the dаte of deаth.
A forensic pаthologist will determine whether they аre fetuses, full-term bаbies, or аdults.
Cécile Ollivier аnd Solenne Bertrаnd