Wisconsin police are asking for help to identify the remains of skeletal remains discovered by someone who filmed a YouTube video in a vacant house.
Matthew Nunez (a YouTuber) made the discovery on August 10th at 6.45 pm. According to witnesses, Nunez was filming in the Milwaukee multi-use facility. Fox 6. He dialled the police when he saw the corpse on the second floor.
The roof of the abandoned church, once home to a congregation located close to MLK Drive and Burleigh St. was the entry point for officers.
They discovered the body in what seemed to be a bedroom. The head, feet, left and right hands of the deceased were all skeletonized.
Amy Michalak (chief forensic investigator, Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office) [MEO]According to, the deceased person was a black man with no money.
Police hope to find out more about him and his family by looking at the details of jewelry and tattoos he has.
The body contained five rings, one of which was a yellow with a dark-blue stone. One tattoo on the body of the deceased read “King”, while the other said “Sava”. Others tattoos were difficult to see. On the body was also found a red allergy bracelet that is commonly worn in hospitals.
Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office has released details about the body and rings. Twitter It sought assistance with identification.
This person drowned in large, black winter jacket and pants. His right hand was covered with a dark glove.
The investigators found no evidence of drugs or injuries. To determine if any matches exist, they are looking through missing persons reports. He could also be identified by the tattoos, they hope. Michalak stated that they would love to offer some closure to the family.
“We’re aware there are many missing people, but we only found one,” she said.
Meanwhile, local resident Dellareese Williams told Fox 6 The building was empty for over a decade.
She explained to the outlet that she was unable to determine if someone died in the area and was missing for God’s sake from their families. The family of someone can now get closure and can also begin to grieve.
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