But if the killer left the park avoiding sidewalks, which is very easy to do, any trail of blood wouldn't be very noticeable in the dark on grass.
The lake (pond) is a no swimming area, so anyone in the water there is going to draw attention.
Cleveland Police are looking for a 15 year old boy last seen July 14.
I think they don't have a suspect because they don't have a motive.
I think they don't have a motive because they don't have a suspect.
Usually the motive or suspect is somewhat clear in a murder case, but neither are here.
Given the timeline, the murder had to occur at the park or very close by. I think it happened right there. As hard as it was to kill someone unnoticed in such a public location, transporting a dead body there unnoticed is even more difficult.
If he disappeared in 1969, by 1993 the truck wouldn't have been bright blue any longer unless it had spent a good many years store inside somewhere. Bright colors fade fast on old cars if they aren't kept waxed.
It's possible someone hid it away for years though then junked it. However, if the...
I don't think the temporary spare tire has anything to do with this if it was an accident. In my opinion, if the car was spinning (trying to get traction to back away from the water) or sliding (towards the water even if the brakes were applied) the donut tire would have left skid marks. None...
Not many details, but may be missing with his car, a gray Honda CRV,
But yet most of those around him that were initially vocal went silent. So we don't know for sure that al the loved ones believe it was a murder any more.
And if someone is in a state where they feel their presence is a problem for themselves or others, the details of how it happens aren't...
Sometimes the happiest events can trigger suicides. The contemplation we saw that day may be a part of this. We don’t know, the location where the body was found may have meant something to AW. I don’t think suicide can be ruled out. Nor have we seen any real evidence that it was.
A slow moving vehicle wouldn't necessarily injure or kill someone. Most modern vehicles (even pickup trucks) have enough plastics and thin metal that hitting a person hard enough to incapacitate them would leave damage to the vehicle.