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WorldRemains found in Florida identified as missing New York woman, police investigating possible homicide

01:11  05 june  2019
01:11  05 june  2019 Source:   foxnews.com

Police search for Queensland woman missing since Friday

Police search for Queensland woman missing since Friday Queensland police are appealing for assistance from the public to help locate 29-year-old Bundaberg woman Casey Allwood. Queensland police are appealing for assistance from the public to help locate 29-year-old She was last seen on Friday morning, May 24, in Bundaberg when she told family she intended to drive to the Sunshine Coast to meet up with unknown people. © Queensland Police She is driving a 2011 silver Nissan Dualis hatchback with Queensland registration 965-WXQ.

Human remains found in Florida last week were identified Sunday as belonging to native New Yorker Jenna Jacobsen -- and police say they're treating her mysterious death as a homicide . Jacobsen, 20, was last seen April 25 in the Lake Worth Beach area after coming to Florida to undergo substance

Missing New Rochelle, New York , resident Valerie Reyes has been identified as the dead young woman found stuffed in a suitcase with her hands and A missing 20-year-old New York woman 's remains have been found in South Police are investigating her death as a homicide , saying she.

Remains found in Florida identified as missing New York woman, police investigating possible homicide© Provided by Local News RSS EN-US Remains discovered have been identified as Jenna Jacobsen Human remains found in Florida last week were identified Sunday as belonging to native New Yorker Jenna Jacobsen - and police say they're treating her mysterious death as a homicide.

Jacobsen, 20, was last seen April 25 in the Lake Worth Beach area after coming to Florida to undergo substance abuse treatment at a facility in Broward County, her father Chris Jacobsen told WPTV on Monday (local time).

He said the facility she was in shut down and Jacobsen disappeared while being transported to a new centre.

“They made it as far as Lake Worth, there was an altercation, and she disappeared," he told the local station.

Human remains found on rocks at Brighton beach in Melbourne

Human remains found on rocks at Brighton beach in Melbourne Police say a passerby located what is suspected to be human remains on the rocks at the beach in Melbourne's south-east. Police are investigating after a passerby made the discovery at Brighton beach near Mytton Grove and the Royal Brighton Yacht Club about 12.50pm. The remains will be examined and tested to determine the person's identity and cause of death, a police spokeswoman said. © Eddie Jim The remains are removed from the rocks. The remains were removed from the scene just after 3pm. "Police are investigating and appeal for anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Dallas homicide detectives are investigating the death of a transgender woman found Saturday in White Rock Lake, sources tell WFAA. © Provided by Local News RSS EN-US Remains discovered have been identified as Jenna Jacobsen Human remains found in Florida last week were

Human remains found in Florida last week were identified Sunday as those of native New Yorker Jenna Jacobsen as police say they are treating her death as a homicide . ” Jacobsen, originally from Long Island, N . Y ., was reported missing by police on May 21, several weeks after she was last seen.

According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, an autopsy report identified human remains discovered on May 23 in Lantana as those of Jacobsen. It also revealed that she died of “undetermined means.”

On Sunday authorities said they were “investigating her death as a homicide.”

Jacobsen, originally from Long Island, N.Y., was reported missing by police on May 21, several weeks after she was last seen.

Court documents obtained by WPBF, stated she was spotted April 25 by deputies and was with a 26-year-old man in an alleyway which is known to police as a popular spot for drug addicts. The man had a warrant for arrest in New York and was taken into custody by police.


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