Neighbors React To Discovery Of Body In SUV

AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Police in Aurora are investigating the suspicious death of a woman whose body was found in an SUV early Wednesday morning.

“It’s creepy. I don’t know other than that it makes you feel uneasy,” said neighbor Robert Watkins.

Sgt. Cassidee Carlson with Aurora police said around 4 a.m. an officer on an unrelated call saw a suspicious vehicle, a Lexus SUV, in the 4900 block of South Elkhart Way.

“After further investigation the officer discovered the body of the victim. The vehicle is not believed to belong in that neighborhood and neighbors reported seeing the vehicle there as early as Saturday,” Carlson said in a statement. “Due to heavy tint on the windows the inside of the vehicle was not easily visible.”

“It’s been there for a while. Every time we drove by, we said, ‘Whose is it? Why is it there?'” said neighbor Binny Dhanoa. “The car did look suspicious. It was parked and isolated on the side of the street with some dirty windows, but I thought it might be some guests visiting there.”

Aurora police’s Major Crime Unit took over the investigation. The vehicle was towed away to search for evidence once officers can obtain a search warrant.

“It had a window visor in the front window. I figured a neighbor or a visitor had parked it over here,” said neighbor Ken Anderson. “But my little sister was walking with her friends and said the windows were steamed up yesterday. I was a little weird about that.”

Detectives have been interviewing friends and family of the victim, whose identification hasn’t been released.

Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Gretchen Fronapfel at (303) 739-6013. Remain anonymous and call metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP (7867) or text the tip to Text to: 274637 (CRIMES) then title DMCS & enter your message.

  • Pootie Tang

    Bet she smelled real bad.

  • LightBringer

    This was a women with family, friends, and children, but some of you treat this as if it’s a joke. Do we not have any respect for anyone today. Denver 4 your headline show no sympathy for the family. I think as a major news source you should interview the family so you can get to know their grief and pain for losing a love one. The comment left by the poster with the name ‘Pootie Tang’ should be removed or investigated. IP addresses follow you every where, let that be a lesson and a warning to you. You are not anonymous.

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