BOSTON'S HOUSE OF HORRORS: Cops find remains of 4 infants packed in freezer in apartment
Warning: This article contains a recollection of crime and can be triggering to some, readers' discretion advised
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTES: On November 17, Boston police responded to a 911 call to search a house. But when authorities arrived, they made a grisly discovery. Responding officers found what appeared to be human remains. A fetus was found in the freezer of the apartment.
However, on Nov 28, cops confirmed that the remains were of two male and two female infants, and no fetus was found. The investigation by the Boston Police Department Homicide Unit and the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office is ongoing. Boston police confirmed that a post-mortem examination was performed on four infants—two boys and two girls—taken from the East Broadway home on Nov 17 and Nov 18. The results of those autopsies are still pending, reports NBC 10 Boston.
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The Boston detectives were spotted removing mysterious boxes from the house at the time of the discovery. After the infant was found inside the freezer, the following day police returned to the apartment with two boxes in tow. Officials reportedly carried the boxes in and out of the apartment. When exiting one was covered by a blue blanket and being held by two people, claimed the source. Police later confirmed that they found additional human remains inside the apartment. "A post-mortem examination was performed on two infant males and two infant females, and the results of the autopsies remain pending."
"Disgust. It's horrible," one bystander expressed the crime. "I don't understand how anyone could do that to any child or baby at any stage of life." Local residents were perplexed that something so harrowing was happening in the apartment. "Just people coming and going. I think I've seen a handful of people come in and out of there but there is never anything suspicious or scary," another resident added of the terror-stricken discovery.
Anyone with information on this case is urged to call Boston Police Homicide Detectives at (617) 343-4470.