A Florida woman, namely Heather Anne Lacey, was missing since 2013 and her dead body was found in a discarded freezer from the apartment of another man who passed away in February.
The body of the woman missing for nearly six years has been recovered in an upright freezer which was wound up in the warehouse of a scrap business.
Authorities have been to investigating who put Lacey inside the freezer and how she died.
According to The Charley Project, which tracks cold-case missing people cases, Lacey was 30 years old when she was first reported missing in November 2013.
The freezer that had been delivered to Lilian Argueta's business in Margate from an apartment in Hollywood, Florida, and she found the dead body when she opened the freezer in March.
Noting that she screamed when she saw the body, Argueta told media, "I thought it was a witch, or a mannequin. I thought, ‘It can’t be a person.’ But there was a bad odor."
The boy was identified her fingerprints by the Broward County Medical Examiner’s Office. It's still unknown how or when Lacey died, the medical examiner’s office said.
According to The Charley Project, Lacey, who was last seen in the area of Deerfield Beach on November 21, 2013, had a history of drug abuse.
Law enforcement agencies have listed the date of her disappearance: June 10, 2013. Lacey was a mother of two children.
She was arrested for many times for drug possession and prostitution and served time in prison.
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