The body of a 33-year-old woman was discovered on Tuesday inside a self-storage unit at a U-Haul facility in Roscoe, Ill. The McHenry County Sheriff’s Office obtained a probable-cause warrant to search the property, where investigators found Michelle Arnold-Boesigner. A resident of Harvard, Ill., she was reported missing on Jan. 3 to the Holiday Hills Police Department, according to a source.
At least six police vehicles responded to the scene on March 2. Arnold-Boesigner was identified on Thursday. No additional details have been reported, including whether police suspect foul play. Investigators indicated there isn’t any threat to the community, sources reported.
The Roscoe Police Department and Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office are also assisting in the ongoing investigation.
Established in 1945, Phoenix-based U-Haul International Inc. owns or manages more than 1,200 self-storage facilities across North America. Its portfolio comprises more than 68 million square feet.
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