Suitcases filled with human remains and dumped in a creek in Indiana are discovered by passers-by
- Two people walking around in Indiana discovered a body in a suitcase in Bean Creek
- Passerby found the corpse when they opened the luggage on Monday afternoon
- Indianapolis Metropolitan Police responded to a phone call around 1:30 PM
- It is unconfirmed whether body at 2500 blocks from Villa Avenue is adult or child
- It is unclear how the person died and a gender was not revealed
Two people who walked in Indiana discovered a corpse in a suitcase on Monday.
One of the two walking around on Memorial Day found the corpse when they opened the luggage in Bean Creek.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said they responded to a call on the 2500 block of Villa Avenue around 1:30 PM and spoke with the caller.
Agent Genae Cook said that while the remains do not belong to a baby, it is not clear whether the deceased is a child or an adult.
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Two walkers discovered a corpse in a suitcase in Bean Creek, Indiana, on Monday
Passers-by found the remains in the luggage and the Indianapolis police were called
The coroner's office in Marion County was busy identifying the victim and informing the family before a name was released.
It is unclear how the person, found in the southeast of the city, died. A race or gender was not specified.
& # 39; Just the fact that having a body in a suitcase is suspicious enough, how the person died, I don't know, & # 39; Fox reported IMPD spokesman Genae Cook said. & # 39; No matter how the person died, no one deserves to be put in a suitcase. & # 39;
The Bean Creek Neighborhood Association assured the locals that they were in good hands with the police of the South District after the horrific discovery.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police responded to a phone call about 1:30 PM and spoke with the caller
The association said they are always very sad about these situations and we would like our people to know that we care about it.
& # 39; Once we have received additional information from our IMPD, we will generate more concrete facts via email to our Bean Creek neighbors, & # 39; such a statement.
& # 39; In the meantime, we will have IMPD examined without disrupting the process. They are very good at keeping us informed and also letting us know what information we may distribute without endangering the case. This is our usual neighborhood protocol. & # 39;
Researchers are looking for eyewitnesses.
Anyone with information is asked to call IMPD Homicide Office at 317-327-3475 or Crime Stoppers at 317-262-TIPS.
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