INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Authorities say a body found inside the back of a rental vehicle in Indianapolis has been identified as that of a 26-year-old woman.
The Marion County Coroner's Office says Thursday it's awaiting results of toxicology tests before determining a cause of death for Alyssa Sanderfer.
Police have said an employee of a U-Haul store made the discovery Wednesday afternoon on the city's south side and the body was inside a tote. Officer Jim Gillespie tells The Indianapolis Star that investigators are looking into who last rented the U-Haul vehicle.
Jeff Lockridge, manager of media and public relations for U-Haul International, says the company will cooperate with investigators.
- Authorities identify body in rental vehicle in Indianapolis
- Snowmobiler finds bodies of missing Indianapolis couple
- Suburban Indianapolis police force deploying body cameras
- Indianapolis sailor killed at Pearl Harbor identified
- Indianapolis ending contract for electric vehicle fleet
- Ex-Indianapolis employee files ‘chronic body odor’ lawsuit
- Body found in tent at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
- Indianapolis Airport Authority gets $20 million for projects
- Body pulled from Lake Shafer identified
- Indianapolis' new needle exchange will enlist mobile vehicle