More than 60 infant bodies found at another funeral home in Detroit
DETROIT, Mich.– Police have discovered dozens of fetuses in a second funeral home on the east side of the state.
They raided the Perry Funeral Home near Warren on Friday where remains of 63 fetuses have now been removed.
Conditions of the fetuses are not known as well as where they were stored.
According to police, about 37 fetuses were found in cardboard boxes and 26 in a freezer and a state oversight agency has closed the west side funeral home.
Jason Moon of the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs says some of the bodies had dates of death in 2015.
Perry Funeral Home is now the second funeral facility in Detroit to have infant fetuses found inside.
Several cremated remains were found at the former Cantrell Funeral Home just last weekend where mummified remains of 10 fetuses were discovered in a ceiling.
Police are still investigating/
This is a developing story.