A dozen tombs have been degraded and one of them was opened in a cemetery in Yutz (in the Moselle), we learned on Saturday from the prosecution.
According to the first observations, “there is nothing to allow us to think that there is racism or
anti-Semitism behind “these acts, noted the prosecutor’s office of Thionville, adding that a” Muslim square (had not) been touched “.
“No privileged track”
“There is no preferred track,” said the prosecution, adding that “further investigations will be carried out early next week.”
according to The Lorraine Republican, who revealed the facts, it was a local who discovered on Saturday morning the damage committed in one of the cemeteries of the town of 16,000 inhabitants. An investigation into “voluntary degradations” was opened by the Thionville public prosecutor’s office and the investigations were entrusted to the police.