A Colorado woman that has been missing since 2018 has been found.
Sadly, this report does not have a happy ending.
The woman was found dead, stuffed into a trash bag in a manhole in the home she lived in for four years before it was discovered.
Sylvia Frens, 82, had been missing since 2018.
Her body was found in her bedroom, stuffed in a trash bag.
Her son, Richard Vandervelde, has been charged in the case.
He was living with her at the time of her disappearance.
Even though a missing person’s report was filed in 2018, for whatever reason, it appears police did not thoroughly search the home.
When they found her remains, there was also a horrible stench coming from the room as well as a massive brown stain on the floor of the bedroom from her body decomposing…
Sylvia Frens went missing in 2018. For nearly 4 years, detectives worked diligently on solving her case. In March, Sylvia's remains were found on the property in which she last resided. Her 54YO son has been arrested in connection to her murder. https://t.co/fQitW5kK0j pic.twitter.com/Wx0fzJlINq
— Grand Junction PD (@GrandJunctionPD) June 8, 2022
The son was located in Pinellas County, Florida, two weeks ago and arrested.
You can read the full report in the New York Post.