The surprise well-packaged boxes containing body parts (including a foot) that were found in a homeowner’s recycling bin last weekend has been identified.
A police report has confirmed the remains more likely belong to a woman that went missing on Saturday. The last time she was seen by the family was when she left her home on Friday night.
She was going on a date with someone she met online. Both had scheduled to watch the Mariners game together.
Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole stated during an evening news briefing that someone has been arrested in connection to the murder. The deceased is believed to be Ingrid Lyne, a mother of 3 kids. She was a nurse in Seattle.
She drove off for the date in her 2015 Toyota Highlander which is yet to be located.
A 37-year-old Robert Charlton was arrested on Monday morning in Snohomish County, north of Seattle. The alleged butcher has been booked into jail and will be tried for homicide. It wasn’t stated if he had a legal representative.
“Police don’t believe there are any other suspects.
“All evidence leads in the direction of that missing woman.” O’Toole said.
The packaged body parts will be identified by autopsy at the King County Medical Examiner’s Office.