A missing Alabama woman's body is found in a parked, unoccupied police van
Added 10-18-21 11:07:02pm EST - “Christina Nance had been missing since Sept. 25, her family said. Video footage from that day shows her entering the van, which was in a police parking lot. Her body was found 12 days later.” - Npr.org
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Christina Nance was found dead by police after being in a van for five days after she was reported missing by her family. Now, her family is calling for an investigation into her death. Nance Family via GoFundMe hide caption
Christina Nance was found dead by police after being in a van for five days after she was reported missing by her family. Now, her family is calling for an investigation into her death.
An Alabama woman who was missing for 12 days was later found dead in a parked, unoccupied police van in Huntsville, police said.
According to the Huntsville Police Department, an officer discovered 29-year-old Christina Nance's body in the van, which was parked in a police department lot, on Oct. 7.
Nance's family had not seen her since Sept. 25 and reported her missing on Oct. 2. A police officer discovered her body five days later. City cameras captured Nance entering the unoccupied van at about 12:30 p.m. on Sept. 25, Huntsville Police Deputy Chief Dewayne McCarver told reporters at a news conference last week.
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