A death inquiry has been prompted by a perplexing and frightening revelation. In three different luggage that were floating in the water at Delray Beach on Friday, the remains of a woman were discovered.
“This is the first suitcase, and then the second and third suitcase was found relatively close on Southeast Seventh Avenue,” said Delray Beach Police Sgt. Casey Kelly. Detectives are concentrating on a sizable portion of that area. Following a complaint of a bizarre sighting in the Intracoastal on Friday, Delray Beach police went to the 1000 block of Palm Trail.
“There were two other suitcases found within a few hours of the original call,” said Delray Beach Police Chief Russ Mager. “We were able to determine that the remains in the two suitcases were actually human remains as well, and all three suitcases were deemed to be the same person.”
The tweet below confirms the news:
DISTURBING DEATH INVESTIGATION – The remains of a woman were found in three separate suitcases that were floating in the water in Delray Beach on Friday. https://t.co/VtC8JIIPbB
— WPLG Local 10 News (@WPLGLocal10) July 24, 2023
The other two bags were found near the intersection of Casuarina Road and Southwest Seventh Avenue.
Police Release Photo of Top Worn by Woman
The victim is described as a 5-foot-4, brown-haired white or Hispanic woman. She was wearing black mid-thigh shorts and might have had tattooed eyebrows. Authorities also shared a picture of the flowered top she was wearing, showing its pattern.
“The brand of the floral top is Betzabe, which is unique we believe, from what we can tell, is a Brazilian company,” said Kelly.
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Detectives suspect she was dumped into the water between Monday, July 17, and the early hours of Thursday, July 20, and this information fills in a piece of the jigsaw. What took place and why is still a mystery.
“We’ve got a great team working together,” said Kelly. “We are asking for the public’s help to generate more leads.”
Call the Delray Beach Police Department at 561-243-7888 if you have any information.
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