Yesterday, dead bodies of eleven babies were found hidden at a former funeral home in Detroit as authorities received an unnamed letter leading them to the remains, report Police.

The police force is investigating over the authorities, who found nine badly decomposed dead bodies inside a wooden box and two bodies were found inside a casket, all the boxes were hidden in false ceiling at the Cantrell Funeral Home, reports Detroit Police Lieutenant Brian Bowser.

Lieutenant Bowser continued that “We have to find out what happened and why it happened,” and added that they are trying to get in touch with the owner of the Cantrell Funeral Home, named Raymond Cantrell. He was the former owner of the funeral home.

Reuters immediately could not reach the Cantrell.

Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs went to the property of the east side of the city on Friday afternoon as receiving an unnamed letter, which described the location and existence of the remain, said Browser.

Police investigation is going on and trying to find the name of the children and inform their parents about the incident, added Mr. Browser. However, it is unknown that for how long the remains were hidden inside the boxes. He continued that some bodies of babies are apparently been stillborn.

In April, state regulators discovered “deplorable, unsanitary conditions” at the same area, including embalmed bodies in an unrefrigerated garage and badly decomposed remains, stated the statement of Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

The former funeral home was also charge off several financial and licensing violations, added the agency.

 

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