Its been a week since human remains found off Carolina Beach Road, were identified as Allison Jackson Foy. Today her loved ones visited the site where her remains were found before taking them home for her funeral. During the two years Allison Jackson Foy was missing, it was the not knowing that was the toughest for her sister, Lisa Valentino. “When I'm here, at the site, I'm very numb, it's so difficult for me to understand that this is where my sister's life was ended,” said Valentino. Pete Roach was friends with Allison Foy for 15 years. This was the first time seeing the place where her bones were left. "I said to Lisa the other day, it's been like holding your breath for two years and its just like, I don't know how to breathe just yet,” said Roach. Valentino and Roach traveled to Wilmington to bring Allison's ashes back to her native New York. Friday afternoon brought something they didn't expect while visiting the site, more bones were spotted where the remains of Foy and Angela Rothen were found in the spring. WPD detectives confirmed the five bones were human. One was identified as an arm bone, the four others from a hand and foot. Mike Overton from the Wilmington Police Department said, “We are missing those from our original two victims. So there is absolutely no thought that there might be another victim out there.” The question going forward, who killed Allison Jackson Foy and Angela Rothen? WPD detectives will not comment on the investigation further until Foy's autopsy results are released by the medical examiner's office. All they will say is the investigation is ongoing. Foy's funeral service is set for Monday in Oyster Bay, Long Island.
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