Missing mother-of-four’s headless body found bound, wrapped in a blanket

The search for a missing New Jersey mother-of-four has ended after authorities discovered her headless body bound and wrapped in a blanket near her home Monday.

Pamela Davis, 50, was reported missing on October 30 by her family in Newark.

Her remains were found after neighbors complained of a foul odor coming from a garage near her home, Katherine Carter, spokeswoman for the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, told NBC New York.

It’s not clear if Davis’ head was found along with her body in the garage. It’s also unknown if the beheading caused her death or if she was dismembered after she died.

It’s unclear how long Davis’ remains had been at the location on South 11th street, between Madison and Avon Avenues, but an investigation has been launched into the cause of her death.

The case is being investigated as a homicide and an autopsy is expected to be completed Wednesday, according CBS New York.

Davis was very well-known in the community and well-liked by her neighbors.

Boyd Coyle said that he doesn’t believe a family who live in the house where he body was found could have anything to do with her murder.

‘I’ve been here for 20 years. They’re very nice people,’ Coyle told CBS New York.

The Essex County Prosecutor’s Office asks anyone with information to contact its Homicide/Major Crimes Task Force tips line at 877-847-7432.

Source: DailyMail

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