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Police searching Macomb Township for girl’s bodies

Kim Larrow, Kimberly King, Kellie Brownlee

Missing Person Michigan Kimberly King

After receiving a tip the Macomb Township Police have returned to an area where the body of 13-year-old Cyndi Zarzycki was found in 2008, to search for more missing girl’s from the area.

In 1986, Cyndi went missing from her hometown.  It would not be till years later before the police arrested Arthur Ream for the murder of Cyndi.  In a plea agreement, he led the police to where Cyndi was buried.  He told the police he lured Cyndi to the Dairy Queen with promises of a birthday party, but instead he murdered her.

Authorities stated to NBC News that they believe there are more bodies in the same area besides Kimberly King.  They will also be searching for  the bodies of missing 17-year-old Kellie Brownlee who was last seen at Twelve Oaks Mall in Nov. 1982 and 15-year-old Kim Yarrow who was last seen in Canton in 1981, Cynthia Coon, who went missing from Washtenaw County at age 13 in 1970, and Nadine O’Dell, 16, another missing teen from Inkster, may be there, too.

Kim Larrow, Kimberly King, Kellie Brownlee
Kim Larrow, Kimberly King, Kellie Brownlee

Tim Kohler, who represented Ream in the 2008 Macomb County murder trial, told the Free Press, Ream never said there was anymore bodies and he did not believe there was, but Police Commissioner Dwyer said there is “no question” there are other bodies.

arthur ream
arthur ream

This story will be updated as new information comes in.

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