Target: San Antonio, Texas District Attorney Nicholas LaHood
Goal: Help ensure the thief of deceased woman is punished to the maximum extent possible, when located.
When funeral home workers went to retrieve the deceased body of a 25-year-old woman for cremation, they were horrified to find her casket empty. Investigators believe the woman’s body was stolen before the funeral home closed on the evening prior to her set cremation date.
Police as well as the funeral home owner are clueless as to who took the body since the funeral home doesn’t have cameras and is open to the public. They’ve asked for the public’s help finding the body.
Stealing someone’s remains is a disgusting display of disrespect for the deceased and now this woman’s family is being put through even more pain and suffering at the worst possible time. Instead of getting the closure they should’ve already had, they’re having to wonder where their loved one’s body is and what is being done to it. Urge the District Attorney to do everything in his power to help ensure that the maximum punishment is issued to the demented thief when he is located.
Dear Texas District Attorney Nicholas LaHood,
A woman’s deceased body was stolen from her casket in the funeral home where she was set to be cremated. Investigators have not been able to find any suspects, meaning the woman’s poor family has to continue mourning a whole new level of grief rather than receiving the closure they should’ve been granted when she was cremated. The thief stole that from them.
Whoever was heartless enough to steal this poor woman’s body has no respect for the deceased and they should have to answer for their horrific actions. Please do everything in your power to help ensure that the thief receives the maximum punishment possible when police locate them.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: Mike Krzeszak