Val-d’Oise: the gendarmerie calls for witnesses after the disappearance of a jogger on the banks of the Oise

Anne-Frédéric Obszynski, 41, disappeared Sunday around 4 p.m. on the way to Halage, near the Méry-sur-Oise bridge.

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The national gendarmerie launched a call for witnesses on Monday February 22, the day after the disappearance of a 41-year-old woman in Val-d’Oise. Sunday afternoon, Anne-Frédéric Obszynski, domiciled in Taverny (Val-d’Oise), disappeared around 4 p.m. on the Chemin de Halage, near the Méry-sur-Oise bridge, while she was jogging in edge of the Oise.

She had parked her car, a gray Citroën Saxo, registered EX-563-AF, in the parking lot on Chemin de Halage, said the gendarmerie. At the time of her disappearance, she was wearing a gray or purplish hoodie, black jogging pants and black sneakers with white soles.

According to the description sent by the gendarmerie, Anne-Frédéric Obszynski is white, measures 1.70 m and has blond, shoulder-length hair. The gendarmes of the Versailles research section, in charge of the investigation, are looking for witnesses likely to have information on the disappeared. Anyone with information can reach 01 34 41 54 45.

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