The vehicle was rented from a facility in Anaheim, CA, police spokesperson Sgt. Shane Carringer told CNN. When the vehicle was not returned, the company tracked it down where it was found with an expired lease before it was towed back to the U-Haul facility to be inventoried and emptied. Carringer added that detectives have the rental history of the vehicle, but are not releasing it at this time. “The circumstances of discovering her are absolutely suspicious,” Carringer said.
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