Deceased body found in car in Walmart parking lot may have been there for two weeks

A body was found inside a car that has been parked at a Walmart parking lot in Florida for two weeks.

Cindy Bland, 54, has been missing since Aug. 23 after getting in a fight with her dad.  The following morning she went to a dentist appointment and that was the last time her dad saw her.

The family told the police they found her car two weeks after she went missing in the parking lot of a Jacksonville Walmart on Lem Turner Road.  Inside the car was Cindy’s decomposing body, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Dept. told Action News Jax.

The sheriff’s office has not confirmed the identity of the body.

This is not the first time a body found in a car in a Walmart parking lot has been found.

In July 2016, at the Walmart on South Hill in Puyallup, Wash, a man’s body was found in a parked car.

Kara Lee Williams was found deceased in her boyfriend’s truck at a Houston Walmart in April 2016.

On April 3, 2016 a man’s body was found inside a truck at the Walmart on Odum Road in Glardendale, Alabama. He was later identified as Shawn Haight, 51 from Wisconsin.

On Tuesday April 5, Jacob King, 24, was found dead inside his vehicle in the same parking lot. In both cases, the police reported no foul play.

On April 7, 2016, a 33-year-old man who has not been identified was found dead in his car in the Walmart parking lot in Fruitland, Maryland. Initial reports stated the death was not suspicious.

On Feb. 11, 2016, Lauren Moss was found deceased in her car at a Salinas Walmart. She was reportedly been deceased in the car since November 2015. She had left a suicide note and a needle was found in the car.

On March 31, 2016, Christine Woo, 39, was found dead in her 2011 Honda Pilot in the parking lot of not a Walmart but a Target store on the 8900 block of Texas 121 at Custer Road, in Frisco, Texas. Her children were found with her deceased body and were believed to have been in the car with her for at least three days before they were found.

 

 

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