Only a few hours after killing and burying Justine Vayrac, as he partially confessed to investigators, Lucas L. attended a football match, as reported by Le Parisien on Friday October 28, 2022.
four days later the disturbing disappearance of Justine Vayrac, a young man of 21, answering to the name of Lucas L., has partially admitted to killing the student. Indicted for rape, murder, kidnapping and forcible confinement on Thursday, October 27, 2022, the agricultural worker told investigators the place where he had buried the body of the young woman, who was only 20 years old. Main suspect in this case, Lucas L. claimed to be returned from a nightclub with the victim, on the night of Saturday October 22 to Sunday October 23, 2022. The young man also revealed to investigators that he had killed his victim with a punch.
He then buried it on the edge of a forest, located near the residence of his family, in which he assures having had a consensual sexual relationship with the young woman before the tragedy. On his side, The Parisian unveiled, Friday, October 28, 2022, the very confusing schedule of the suspect the day after the murder of Justine Vayrac. In fact, only a few hours after having committed the irreparable, Lucas L. appeared in public in the stands of a stadium, to attend a football match. “He actually attended the game. I shook his hand, not noticing anything. But it was very fast, I was focused on the match. Today, we are all overwhelmed. Everyone stays at home. We let the storm pass“, indicated the president of the football club of Beynat, the village in which Lucas L. grew up.
Murder of Justine Vayrac: Lucas L. was under judicial supervision
For now, the exact circumstances of Justine Vayrac’s death have yet to be determined. For his part, Lucas L. was already known to the authorities, since he had had trouble with the law in the past. In fact, The Parisian revealed that the main suspect in the murder of Justine Vayrac had intentionally burned down a barn in 2020. After spending some time behind bars, Lucas L. had benefited from a released under judicial supervision, with an electronic bracelet. On this subject, the Limoges prosecutor indicated that he had always respected the obligations related to his judicial control until now.