N.M. Police ID 11 of 12 Bodies Found In Mass Grave
November 19, 2009
Albuquerque police have identified the 11th of 12 victims found in a makeshift grave in February, a 15-year-old runaway last seen in the Denver area in 2004, 9news.com reports.
The department's forensic investigators have been painstakingly identifying the victims, many of whom were prostitutes who abused drugs.
Police have released a photo of the distinctive acrylic nail worn by Syllannia Edwards in the hopes of learning more about the victim's past. She had been seen with other prostitutes in Denver and Aurora prior to her disappearance.
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