Body Freezer Missing Woman

October 25, 2011 by staff 

Body Freezer Missing Woman, A body found Friday in an autonomous unit of storage in Lewiston, Maine, could be to a woman who has been missing for nearly 30 years.

The body was discovered inside an unplugged freezer in a self-storage unit Self Storage Moore. Police believe the body could be Kitty I. Wardwell, who was reported missing in July 1983. The last person who was spotted with her ex-boyfriend was, Frank Julian. The storage unit had been rented to Julian, who died on October 1 to 80 years, since 1992.

Family members were cleaning the Julian storage unit when the remains were discovered. Investigators found evidence at the scene that led them to believe that the body could be Wardwell. The police did not comment on the condition of the body, which was moved at the same time inside the freezer to the medical examiner’s office. An autopsy report is pending.

Wardwell is on the list of missing the Maine State Police website people. It was first reported missing by a friend. She was 29 at the time of her disappearance. Julian told investigators he had left in 1983 Wardwell in a motel after the couple had a fight. At that time, Wardwell police believe may have been the victim of a crime.

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