Body of Zach Kennedy found buried in friend’s back yard.

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zach kennedy

Missing Person California Zach Kennedy

Authorities have announced they have located the remains of missing Zach Kennedy, 32. Zach was found buried in the back yard of a home in Long Beach in the 500 block of West Eighth Street.  Zach was last seen there going to a party held by his friend.  Zach went missing after that and was reported missing to the police in October 27, 2017.

zach kennedy
zach kennedy

A police statement read:

“On May 3 … detectives in possession of a search warrant began an excavation of the property on West Eighth Street, in the hope of finding Kennedy. Not long after detectives began the excavation, they located what they (believed) to be the remains of a human body buried on the property.”

His son was an acquaintance with the man who owns the home on Eighth Street near Magnolia Avenue, Jeff Kennedy told the Press Telegram.  He also said he had received information from police and the boyfriend. He said he believes the two had recently met online.

The cause of death has not been announced.  No suspects in Zach’s disappearance has been named at this time.

Anyone with information on the case can call the Long Beach Police Dept. at (562) 570-7244, or Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-TIPS.

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