ST. LOUIS COUNTY — A funeral dwelling van with a physique inside was stolen from a comfort retailer Thursday in North County when the driving force went inside the shop and left it working, police stated.
Investigators had been trying to find a person and girl who they imagine took the white cargo van about 10:30 a.m. from the QuikTrip parking zone at 12100 Lusher Street, in line with St. Louis County police.
The person is white, is of medium top and has black and grey hair. He was carrying a navy and white baseball cap, a grey hooded sweatshirt, darkish pants and a black ski masks. The girl is white, of medium top and has brown or crimson hair. She wore a black jacket, darkish pants and darkish boots and carried a black backpack.
Authorities imagine the van belonging to William C. Harris Funeral is within the Metro East, someplace within the space of Godfrey. The van is a 2012 Nissan NV1500 with license plate 5MDX73. A inexperienced wreath with the letter H is displayed on the again.
It was transporting the physique of a lady however police refused to say extra about her. Her physique has not been recovered.
“The automobile ought to stand out and we hope directing the general public’s consideration to it’s going to help us in finding the van as quickly as doable,” police Sgt. Benjamin Granda stated.
The shop is simply east of Freeway 367 and north of Interstate 270, within the Spanish Lake space. Investigators obtained photographs of the suspects from surveillance cameras at a retailer close to the place the van was taken. The cargo van was seen on surveillance later within the day Thursday at a Conoco gasoline station within the Metro East.