A missing 12-year-old girl was found dead, stuffed in a suitcase in Paris with her throat slashed and appeared to die from asphyxiation. Further, there was a chilling clue placed on her corpse bearing the number 1 and 0 with a device.

The girl was identified as Lola Daviet, believed to have been raped and tortured before she was killed, the Guardian reported. She was also allegedly staying with her 26-year-old sister who lived in the same apartment.

Since the discovery of the girl’s body, there were reportedly four people brought into custody for questioning concerning the case. So far, no official arrests have been made as of this writing.

Two suspects, a homeless woman and a man appeared before a judge in Paris. Two other people are reportedly being questioned by police. An official investigation was opened at the weekend for “rape committed with acts of torture and barbarism” and for “the concealing of a corpse.”

It was added that the second suspect is believed to be the driver of the vehicle that moved the body of Lola. Also, the main suspect is reported to have been unemployed, living on the streets and suffering severe “psychiatric problems.”

It was on Friday, Oct. 14, when the parents of the 12-year-old girl notified authorities after she did not come home after school in the French capital.

The father of the young victim was reportedly a caretaker in their building. He told authorities that he saw a woman in her 20s through video footage from the building with her daughter. Not long after he then spotted the said female with a suitcase in hand.

Police later found evidence of a kidnapping in the basement of the same building.

At around 11:30 p.m. on Friday, police received a call about a suspicious suitcase on Rue d’Hautpoul which was several streets away from the family’s home. It was a homeless man who first came across the suitcase.

An autopsy on the body of the 12-year-old girl was performed to determine the cause of death.

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