The body of a 23-year-old mother who disappeared after leaving a nightclub in Boston last weekend was discovered Thursday in the trunk of a vehicle driven by the man suspected of l & # 39; 39 to have kidnapped, announced the family of the woman.
Louis D. Coleman III, 32, of Providence, R.I., who was cited Thursday morning as a suspect in connection with the disappearance of Jassy Correia, was arrested in Delaware after a lawsuit by the police. In the trunk of Coleman's car, police found the body of Correia, told the 23-year-old family to WBZ-TV. The Boston Police Department said in a statement that a body had been "recovered", but that the police "were still waiting for a positive identification".
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"The cause and the modalities of death are outstanding," the statement said.
Correia, who survived with her 2-year-old daughter, would have been seen for the last time at the discotheque Coming early Sunday night "in the company of an unknown man" and reportedly being seen riding in a red car with him. Police also released surveillance footage of that night in the hope of gathering further information in the case, which had been described as a possible kidnapping until Thursday morning.
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Boston 25 News announced that Coleman would remain in custody in Delaware and that the time of his indictment was not yet clear. The Providence police said that Coleman had no criminal history. Correia and Coleman had no immediate relationship.
Associated Press contributed to this report.