ROME. Searches in the Brenta have returned Ahmed Jouider’s lifeless body. The 15-year-old boy of Moroccan origin had disappeared on the evening of Thursday 21 April. The body was found this morning by the police and fire brigade who were scanning the banks of the Brenta between the municipalities of Padua and Cadoneghe. Before the body, the telephone had been found on the river bank, close to a pedestrian walkway. The boy had disappeared from home after telling his mother and sister that he would go to the Mortise church patronage to meet friends. That same evening the boy sent a voice message to his ex-girlfriend: “I have some unfinished business with some people, more than anything else I think I’ll die, I think so, or if I don’t die I’ll have serious injuries.” Disturbing words that in the light of the disappearance started the investigation. The boy’s cell phone has not been turned on since Thursday evening at 24.
The body of Ahmed Joudier, who disappeared from his home in Mortise di Padova, on 21 April, was found by firefighters in the Brenta, in Cadoneghe. The searches had taken place along the Brenta river, following the discovery of his mobile phone near the pedestrian bridge that connects the district of Torre to Cadoneghe. Ahmed Joudier hadn’t given any news since Thursday after the latest dramatic messages sent to his ex-girlfriend: «I have some open questions with people. I think I will die, I think so, or if I don’t die I will have serious injuries. I love you”. At first the girl had considered them almost a joke but then she had communicated their contents to the young man’s family.