11 infant bodies found hidden in former funeral home ceiling in Detroit

Bodies of 11 infants found in ceiling of funeral home that closed earlier this year

Bodies of 11 infants found in ceiling of funeral home that closed earlier this year

This comes after MI inspectors reportedly shut down Cantrell Funeral Home in April after discovering the funeral home had several violations "including decomposing remains and deplorable conditions".

"Obviously, it was either an employee or someone who had knowledge" of the funeral home and the building, Bowser said.

It is unclear how long the remains have been there-months or years-and why they were hidden, but Bowser said the medical examiner is examining the remains and some of the children have already been identified.

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"I didn't know anything about that", Boone told The Detroit News.

Authorities said construction workers found the bodies on Friday at the Cantrell Funeral Home on the city's east side.

"On behalf of my family I'm really sorry that it happened and totally appalled".

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WDIV said that Detroit police have ordered an entire building search to ensure there are no additional bodies inside. We then immediately contacted local authorities.

Other bodies were found in an "advanced stage of decomposition" and covered in mold, inspectors said, and a third had unknown fluids covering the facial area. The inspectors also claimed the owners had mishandled funds and suspended the funeral home's licence. At the time, inspectors reported finding multiple decomposing bodies and other unsanitary, improper practices.

The charges are for receiving more than $21,000 in prepayments by no less than 13 people who had signed agreements for future funeral services, but failing to register for a new license to do so, reports Freep.com.

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The 11 infants' bodies at Cantrell Funeral Home in Detroit were discovered in the ceiling between the first and second floors on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018. "It's very unfortunate and they definitely need to find out who put them there".

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