The decomposed body found in an abandoned store in a Georgia mall has been identified as a sophomore at Georgia State University.
Gwinnett Police say the co-ed has been identified as Silling Man, reported the
Atlantic Journal Constitution.
The cause of her death at this time is a mystery, but there is no sign of trauma.
She was reported missing October 8, but soon returned home shortly only to disappear again on October 10.
Investigators who have traced her steps says she picked up her final paycheck from a mall in Dunwoody November 20. Her body was discovered in a vacant Subway on December 21, but not identified until now. The coroner says she had been dead at least two weeks.
Homicide is not suspected, but police are asking the public with any knowledge about Man’s activities to come forward.
Authorities say they will “begin looking into her past, people she associated with, and the timeline leading up to the discovery of her body.”
The unidentified remains found at Gwinnett Place Mall belong to a 19-yr old Lawrenceville woman named Silling Man. Still seeking tips in this case. Call @StopCrimeATL 404 577-8477. See images. pic.twitter.com/2YMLNIQwqq
— Gwinnett Police Dept (@GwinnettPd) January 10, 2018
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