A construction site in New York found a body with only bones left. After identifying it, it became a 19-year-old college student who had been missing for 10 years.
According to comprehensive foreign media reports, a construction worker working at an abandoned construction site in Queens found a white bone wrapped in a blanket at the construction site in September 2020, so he quickly called the police. After the comparison by the police, the bones were found to be that of the missing college student Stevie Bates.
Baez, who studied at Hunter College in New York in 2011, took part in the “Occupy Wall Street” protests and camped in the park for more than two months between September and November. According to Baez’s mother, her daughter had just finished a road trip at the end of April 2012, and she took the initiative to contact her mother on the way home. Unexpectedly, this was the last call between mother and daughter. Police checked the surveillance cameras and found that Baez boarded the bus in Pittsburgh and then mysteriously disappeared.
In recent years, due to the bullish real estate market, builders have been looking for sites that can be developed Two years ago, the builders dug up the bones of Baez when they were working on an abandoned site on Cypress Avenue (Cypress Avenue) in Glendale, Queens, New York. , After nearly 2 years of data verification and comparison, police confirmed on September 16 this year that the deceased was the missing female college student Baez. At this time, the police classified the case as a “homicide” and tried to explain the exact cause of Baez’s death.