- Marty McMillan Jr. went missing in April of last year after setting up a date
- He was using the dating site Plenty of Fish when he disappeared
- His car was found last May – his skeletal remains were found in October
- Police have said he was shot more than once before his body was dumped
A man who went missing after setting up a date with a girl through the dating site Plenty of Fish has been identified, months after his skeletal remains were found and nearly a year after he disappeared.
Marty McMillian Jr., 22, of Washington D.C., went missing last spring after setting up a date with a woman he met on the dating site Plenty of Fish.
McMillan’s skeletal remains were found in October. The bones were found near Maryland’s Suitland Parkway.
Marty McMillan Jr., 22, went missing in April of last year after setting up a date on the online dating site Plenty of Fish
‘He was a human being. He didn’t deserve to be laying out there all that time like that, just thrown away like a piece of trash,’ McMillain’s grandmother Forlesia Cook said to NBC Washington.
McMillan’s car was found by his grandmother in May of last year, about three miles from the place he was last seen. Police said he was shot multiple times before his body was dumped.
McMillan’s last recorded phone was with the woman he was supposed to meet up with from the dating site, but she claims she didn’t have her phone on her and she never met up with him.
McMillan’s bank cards were used after he disappeared, according to the Washington Post.
No arrests have been made in connection with the case. There is a reward of up to $25,000 for information regarding McMillan’s death.
McMillan’s body was found in October of 2017, but was just recently identified
McMillan’s bank cards were used following his disappearance, according to reports