Four Fetuses Found In South Boston Condo’s Freezer

 Four Fetuses Found In South Boston Condo’s Freezer

Thursday, November 17th, police arrived to a home in southern Boston, Massachusetts. Shortly after Investigating the condo, authorities discovered what they say “appeared to be a human fetus or an infant.” The next day, they found three more, all within a freezer, as reported by The Boston Globe.

Though the Boston Police Department has yet to announce the identities of the suspect nor the victims, they did say the human remains were of two females and two males. At this point, no arrests have been made.

Katie Reilly, whose family has owned the condo next door for five generations, says her mother called her while she was at work to tell her that their home was being circled by a helicopter and that over a dozen police SUVs were parked out front. Nothing like this had happened around there before.

“It was definitely just really chilling and awful to see, because this is just such an uneventful and safe neighborhood,” she explained to the Globe. “I would never expect anything like that to happen here, especially just right next door to us. . . . I always feel, and still do feel, incredibly safe around here.”

Breanna Torres

Breanna Torres is both an Onsite news writer, as well as a freelance writer, and is known as a social justice activist within the Black, LGBTQ+, and disabled communities. Born in Houston, Texas, she currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada with her husband and 4 year old son. In her free time, you can find Breanna spending her day cooking and enjoying food, dancing, and playing video games.

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