Las Vegas Police Identify Body in Trunk as Missing Phoenix Man
Author: Nevada Globe Staff
LAS VEGAS – The man who was found in the trunk of a car on August 19 in Las Vegas was reported missing in Phoenix in June, according to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
The body of Amir Haggi was found in the trunk of a BMW that was parked in front of an apartment building near Tropicana and the I-15, according to the coroner.
His death is being looked into as a possible murder.
The police said the body parts had been in the car for a while. Someone called the police to report a bad smell, and when they got there, they saw something terrible.
In this case, nobody has been caught.
This is an ongoing investigation.
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