Body found in freezer may be missing woman
October 24, 2011 by staff
Body found in freezer may be missing woman, The body of a Maine woman missing for nearly 30 years is believed to have been found in the freezer of a deceased man, who initially reported her missing, the Bangor Daily News reported.
Kitty Wardwell was reported missing by her on-again, off-again boyfriend Frank Julian in July 1983 and was never seen again, the newspaper reported.
Julian died earlier this month to 80 years. Family members were cleaning their storage unit when human remains were found Friday in a freezer, authorities said.
“The remains have been found, but I do not know who this body at this point definitely,” said Stephen McCausland, spokesman for the Maine Department of Public Safety, adding that Julian had been renting the storage unit since 1992.
“We have two families in the loop on the discovery and have interviewed a number of members of both families, but the final determination will be made by the coroner.”
Julian, a salesman of novelty, lack of informed Wardwell Salem, NH, police said on July 11, 1983.
He told police he dropped the then 29-year-old Salem woman in a motel after a fight and had traveled to Maine without it, the Daily News.
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