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Update on Allison Foy murder

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After years of investigating, authorities have determined that Allison Jackson Foy was stabbed to death. The 34 year old Wilmington woman disappeared over two years ago and her remains were found this past spring off Carolina Beach Road. Autopsy results found multiple stab wounds in her bones and clothing that were recovered from the scene. Foy's remains were recovered earlier this spring in woods off Carolina Beach Road. They were found there along with remains of Angela Rothen, who went missing around the same time. Both cases are still open.

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Dufuss Cops blunder case

I read about a follow up part of the case where the sister of Foy visited the scene and found MORE bones which turned out to be part of the skeleton of her deceased sister.

Yep.

The cops sure did an outstanding job on their investigation by NOT noticing that some of the bones of the body were missing.

Stupid cops. Do your jobs you lazy SOBs. You flash your badges as if the pieces of metal give you brains but you clearly are retarded to miss BONES at a crime scene. Or, if the bones were placed later by the killer, you still messed up by NOT noticing that part of the remains were missing when you first responded.

Dumb stupid cops.

Bones

I think the killer had those bones in his possession and after the scene was cleared took the bones he had back and put them there so they wouldn't be discovered in his possession should he have his place searched.... And also to put them back at the scene so he could still go there and relive the experience - which he can't do if her bones aren't there anymore. This is what I believe happened. Who ever did this I am sure secretly goes back and visits the crime scene. Police should have surveillance there indefinitely until killer is caught!