Update 9/11/19 – Police identified the body that was found last week inside a unit at Stock-N-Lock in Ogden. The remains belong to Alice Anne Valdez, 41. Investigators say the body was badly decomposed, but they were able to determine identity through fingerprints, according to a source.
The investigation is in the preliminary stages and police have few leads, a source reported. An autopsy was performed on Sept. 6, but a cause of death has yet to be determined.
Court records show Valdez had pleaded guilty to drug and trespassing crimes in Utah, a source stated.
9/9/19 – A body was found Thursday inside a unit at Stock-N-Lock Self Storage in Ogden, Utah, by a person who was cleaning it. Police are calling the discovery at 2868 Grant Ave. “suspicious” but haven’t determined if there was a crime, according to sources.
Investigators also haven’t released information on the person’s gender or age, or how long the body had been in the unit. The person has yet to be identified. Police are collecting evidence including video surveillance from the scene.
Stock-N-Lock operates eight facilities in Utah along the Wasatch Front, a metropolitan region in the north-central part of state.
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