Gwinnett County medical examiners managed to positively identify the body of the 19-year-old woman who was discovered in Gwinnett Place Mall on the 21st of December. Coroner’s Office declared that the woman was dead for at least two weeks and that they haven’t ruled out the homicide scenario.
Gwinnett Place Mall Cadaver Baffles Authorities
Identified as 19-year-old Silling A. Man from Lawrenceville, according to the authorities, the woman was employed at a Perimeter Mall store. However, the law enforcement officers discovered the body in a vacant space belonging to a Subway restaurant.
Investigations into Man’s death are progressing at a slow pace since the authorities have no clues about how the woman got there or how she passed away without anyone noticing. Furthermore, according to Gwinnett County Medical Examiner’s report, the woman was dead for at least two weeks.
Further investigations into Man’s death revealed that on the 8th of October, the woman went missing, prompting a family member to file a missing persons’ report. However, by the time Man’s case was assigned to an official investigator, the woman turned up at home.
According to the authorities, Man went missing a second time on the 10th of October, but she was never to be seen again. Curiously enough, Man turned up on the 20th of November in order to pick up her paycheck from the store she was working in. That would be the last time someone saw her alive.
At the moment, the Gwinnett Place Mall case is still under scrutiny; the detectives couldn’t ruling out the possibility that the 19-year-old sophomore might have been murdered.
Silling A. Man was a student at the Georgia State University, where she majored in psychology. According to the university’s spokesperson, the woman failed to enroll in the Fall 2017 semester.
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