Suitcase Holding Human Body Parts Found In SF Bay

Suitcase Holding Human Body Parts Found In SF Bay

(CBS 5/BCN) SAN FRANCISCO San Francisco police were investigating Friday’s discovery of human remains found in a suitcase that was floating in the water near the Golden Gate Bridge.The suitcase was reported in the area of Horseshoe Cove, just 500 yards from a U.S. Coast Guard station, but the Coast Guard could not respond to the call because the discovery did not fall in its jurisdiction, according to Coast Guard Petty Officer Josh Taylor.

At about 1 p.m., a man in a sailboat called the Coast Guard to report that he had found a suitcase that appeared to contain human remains, Taylor said.


Suitcase Holding Human Body Parts Found In SF Bay

4 Responses

  1. I have searched high and low and haven’t been able to find out if they ever identified the body. Have you seen any updates?


  2. I have not found any yet but will post an update when I do.


  3. Peace people

    We love you


  4. In the 80’s some kids were playing ball near a wooded area and the ball went into the woods. While retrieving the ball, they found a suitcase with the body of a two year old girl in it. The local newspaper ran an ad with a picture of two policemen or detectives asking for the help of a psychic to tell them what was in the suitcase, which was opened showing only the outside of suitcase.
    I have never been able to find that ad again, though I have searched. I would like to tell the story behind the suitcase to the police department that was asking about it.
    I just can’t remember which department it was.
    If you know any way I can find this out, please let me know. I would like to see this case solved.


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