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Proviso Probe

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

CRIME, body found in Mississippi

Sun-Times (Lisa Donovan) says it may be the body of Olamide Adeyooye of Berkeley. See this post.

While I hope for the safe return of Adeyooye, there's at least one woman who died under suspicious circumstances. So, even if the body is not Adeyooye, let's remember it was someone.

1 Comments:

  • Chicago Sun-Times (Monifa Thomas):

    Police were still waiting Tuesday to determine whether the remains of a young woman found in rural Mississippi are those of missing Illinois State University student Olamide Adeyooye.

    Dental records for the 21-year-old Adeyooye -- who has been missing for two weeks from an off-campus apartment in Downstate Normal -- were sent to Mississippi on Tuesday in the hopes that they can be used to identify the body found last week in Newton County, Miss.


    I assume this is bad news for the Adeyooye's friends and family.

    It should be relatively easy to describe which teeth have fillings and which don't. If the body wasn't a match, it should be something that can be determined by phone. But the authorities prob don't want to report a match until the evidence is conclusive.

    By Blogger Carl Nyberg, at 11:49 AM, October 26, 2005  

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