Salt Lake City police
A group of officials have exposed evidence at a Wyoming landfill associated with the death of a 15-year-old Baleigh Bagshaw, who used to be attacked and killed in her house May 7, Salt Lake City police mentioned.
EVANSTON, Wyo. — A group of officials have exposed evidence at a Wyoming landfill associated with the death of a 15-year-old Salt Lake lady, police mentioned Wednesday.
Twenty officials used rakes to sweep via rubbish on Tuesday for as much as 10 hours, discovering fabrics they accrued as evidence, mentioned Salt Lake Police Sgt. Brandon Shearer. He declined to present information about what the officials discovered or say what led them to research the Uinta County landfill close to Evanston.
Baleigh Bagshaw, 15, used to be killed May 7 after she arrived at her Salt Lake house from an afternoon at West High School. She used to be speaking along with her mother at the telephone when she used to be attacked, police say.
Two days later, officials arrested a suspect in her death in southeast Colorado. But they wouldn’t say Wednesday whether or not the evidence issues to the suspect, Shaun French, who up to now lived in Evanston.
“We’re going to continue to follow leads,” whether they relate to the suspect already in custody, Shearer mentioned.