Law enforcement officers the French city of Nantes have released 39-year-old native of Rwanda who had been detained in the investigation of the arson at the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul. It is reported by Euronews.
The results of the interrogation, no charges have been made against him was not.
The Prosecutor confirmed that the man was a volunteer with the diocese on a voluntary basis. He was responsible for the closure of the Cathedral in the evening of 17 July, after which there was a fire.
“While nothing directly will not bind my client in the fire”, – said the lawyer of the migrant Quentin Scraper.
The Prosecutor leading the case, after the arrest of volunteer said that we are talking only about the verification – the man was detained because the police found inconsistencies in his chart movements to this day.
On the morning of 18 July in the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul in Nantes, a fire broke out. The fire was localized in about two hours after the arrival of firefighters.
The cause of the fire is not established, however, militiamen do not exclude that the temple was set on fire.
The fire completely destroyed a large body, also burned a significant portion of the interior of the Church.
The Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul in Nantes is the largest Gothic Church in the historical territory of Brittany and one of the largest in the whole of France – only six metres below the Notre Dame Cathedral. It was built during the XV–XIX centuries. The Cathedral was seriously damaged during the Second world war from the bombing, as well as in 1972 when fire destroyed the roof of the building.