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Body of Woman Found in Wilmington, NC, Self-Storage Unit

Article-Body of Woman Found in Wilmington, NC, Self-Storage Unit

Update 5/30/23 – Police believe that Webb, who was found dead inside a unit at SecurCare Self Storage in Wilmington, North Carolina, earlier this month, was living in the space. Investigators said it is possible to make it appear as though a unit is locked even when it isn’t, and that it can be done from inside the space.

Police reiterated that they don’t expect foul play or suicide. An autopsy is scheduled for this week.

5/23/23 –The body of a woman was discovered last week inside a unit at a self-storage facility in Wilmington, North Carolina. Investigators don’t suspect foul play, according to sources.

A person who was looking for the woman called 911 on May 18, claiming that they believed her body was inside a space at SecurCare Self Storage. The caller told investigators the woman rented the unit at 426 College Road and had been missing.

The body has been identified as Andrea Webb, 31. There’s no evidence to suggest suicide or that the death was the result of violence. Drug paraphernalia was found inside the unit, according to Wilmington Police Department Lt. Greg Willett.

The investigation is ongoing. An autopsy and toxicology reports will determine the cause of death.

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