Employee’s Remains Found Behind Supermarket Cooler 10 Years Later

The Daily Caller | 7/23/2019 | Staff
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Police identified an Iowa supermarket employee’s remains Monday after workers found his body wedged behind a cooler in January.

A contract firm was removing shelves and coolers from a vacant No Frills Supermarket in January and found the human remains of former employee Larry Ely Murillo-Moncada of Council Bluffs, Iowa. He was reported missing Nov. 28, 2009, according to a Council Bluffs Police Department press release.

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DNA tests confirmed the body’s identity, and the description of his attire at the time he was reported missing matches the clothing found with the remains, reported KETV.

Murillo’s parents reported him missing after he “became upset and ran out of their home,” the press release stated.

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“His mother, she kind of had an idea that he never left the No Frills, I don’t know how she came up with that idea but, you know, they were pretty upset,” Sgt. Brandon Danielson...
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