Kevin Vanneste (30) disappeared on 16 september in Corsica. He wanted to be there dream come true, to join the GR20 walk, the most challenging trek in Europe can do. On 16 september he had a last contact with his family, then heard nobody yet something of the Kuurnenaar. Three months by the French not sought the man. The French authorities considered the disappearance are not as disturbing and Vanneste was of legal age. There came this week a change in after mayor Francis Benoit of Kuurne Tuesday to his French sister city of Marcq-en-Baroeul went to there together with the local mayor to raise the alarm to attract in France. Previously, Benoit was also a letter to the French president, Emmanuel Macron. With success, because the French public prosecutor has now launched a search for the missing Kuurnenaar. According to the French prosecutor, the gsm Vanneste after september 16, two days. Then there was no signal.Crowdfunding
The mother of Kevin, Liliane Velghe (62), can now, thanks to a crowdfunding platform that was launched also to Corsica leave to her son to find. She does that together with companion Rudy Devos from Desselgem. He is the stepfather of Debbie Maveau (23), a rugzaktoeriste that six years ago in Nepal by an unknown was murdered. The man drew back then to Nepal for Debbie to find. Meanwhile, the news about the disappearance already at the gidsenkring of the GR20 hit, they are already with quests started. Kevin also had contact with a priest, shortly before his disappearance. He left his backpack behind, and it would eight days later to retrieve. But he has never returned.