Chinese student's body found in forest
Published: 17 Oct 2012 10:58 GMT+02:00
Updated: 17 Oct 2012 10:58 GMT+02:00
The body of a Chinese student living in Toulouse who went missing in July this year has been found in a forest 260 km away.
Cui Luchao, who came to Toulouse to finish his doctorate in chemistry, disappeared on July 13 this year.
His fully-dressed body was found in woods in the Lozère region, 260 km from the city of Toulouse, this weekend.
A document found on his body suggests he wanted to go to the Stevenson road - named after Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson, who crossed the Cévennes mountains, part of which are in Lozère, by donkey in 1878.
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