Headless man found near suburban Chicago school
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
After the body was found in a field near Evanston's Nichols Middle School by a man walking his dog, police searched a nearby apartment and a bomb squad was called to the area. Theis also helping with the investigation.
Residents of the area said that around 3:50 AM Central time they heard a loud explosion. Dale Wyatt, who was walking his dog, Buddah, said that his dog found the body around 5:15 AM.
Classes at Nichols were canceled Tuesday and are also, according to website, canceled for Wednesday.
- "Nichols Middle School" — , September 14, 2010
- Deanese Williams-Harris, Brian Cox and Bob McCoppin. "Bomb mystery: Cops search for clues in man's death" — , September 14, 2010
- Associated Press. "Police investigating headless body in Evanston" — , September 14, 2010