The "disappeared Boscodon" cases involve the disappearances in Boscodon and Morgon forests of Monique Thibert (2015) and Marie-Christine Camus (December 2016), Laurence Klamm (19 November 2020) and Cedric Delahaie (October 2020). The discovery of Monique Thibert's body has been the only exception. The bones in the three other cases were discovered in the summer 2021. The Gap investigating judge still has the files regarding the disappearances Marie-Christine Camus, and Monique Thibert.
Florent Crouhy (public prosecutor at Gap), stated that the preliminary investigations initiated by the Gap public prosecution's office after the worrying disappearances Cedric Delahaie (October 27, 2020) and Laurence Klamm (November 26, 2020) had been reclassified to investigations into the causes death.
The families of the victims were informed of these decisions by the Gap public prosecutor. They were made during a meeting on Wednesday, May 25, under the authority and supervision of Gap's public prosecutor.
The investigators' investigations and the forensic medicine expertise (autopsy, toxicology) failed to prove that Laurence Klamm and Cedric Delahaie died from natural causes. The statement stated that the hypothesis that the deaths could have been caused by suicide or accidental falls, which was immediately considered by the Gap prosecution's office, are still plausible and conceivable hypotheses.