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01 February 2012

INTERPOL issues global alert for missing Swiss mother and child

LYON, France – INTERPOL has issued an international Yellow Notice, or missing persons alert for 35-year-old Mizué Bachelard and her seven-year-old daughter Hanaé from Chexbres near Lausanne, Switzerland who have not been seen since the evening of Thursday 26 January.

Mrs Bachelard and her daughter stopped to fill their car, a blue Nissan Micra registration number VD 551’987 at a service station in Bursins near the French border at around 7pm on Thursday 26 January. Mrs Bachelard withdrew money from a cash machine in Versoix the same day and also made a withdrawal from a bank in the 6th arrondissement area of Paris at around 9am on Friday 27 January. Information provided to investigators has led to concerns for Mrs Bachelard’s well-being.

Mrs Bachelard is described as 160cm, of thin build, with brown eyes and long brown hair which is often tied back. She was last seen wearing a pink jumper, checked trousers or pyjama bottoms and a light brown coat.

Hanaé is 120cm, of thin build, with blue eyes and mid-length brown hair and was last seen wearing a white and red striped jumper, dark trousers and a blue hooded jacket.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the missing mother and child are urged to contact the investigating Swiss authorities on +41 (0)21 644 44 44 or their local police station.

INTERPOL’s Command and Coordination Centre at its General Secretariat headquarters in Lyon, France is liaising 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.