What Happened to Michelle Arnold-Boesiger? Missing Illinois Woman Found Dead Inside U-Haul Storage Unit
An Illinois woman went missing in January and was recently found in a U-Haul storage unit.
An Illinois woman who went missing from her home in January was found inside a storage unit last week.
Michelle Arnold-Boesiger, 33, was reported missing on Jan. 3, the McHenry County Sheriff's Office said. She was from a town called Harvard just 25 miles west of where she went missing.
Authorities started looking for the woman on Jan. 26 and after obtaining a search warrant, visited a storage unit near Rockford where her body was discovered last Tuesday, the Roscoe Police Department said in a press release. She was later identified as Arnold-Boesiger.
"She was only here about six months," tenant Meg Eyeta who has been renting out Arnola-Boesiger's upstairs apartment since 2019, told CBS Chicago. "She was having issues and then she had to move out of state. And that's the last I heard from her."
“It was just all of a sudden 'I have to go’ so I don’t know if she was having issues with someone,” Eyeta told the outlet. “This was a shock when I found this out.”
No details have been shared about her use of death and there have been no arrests in this case.
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