- Rachael Anderson, 24, was found dead on January 29 in Columbus, Ohio
- Anderson was a college student at Youngstown State University, studying to become a funeral director
- She didn’t show up to her job and wasn’t reachable by phone, worrying loved ones
- Her death is being classified as a homicide, but no motive or suspect has been named
A young woman in Ohio met her tragic demise just one day after her 24th birthday, as she was found murdered in a Columbus apartment.
Rachel Anderson, 24, of Warren, Ohio, was found dead on January 29. Following the discovery of her body, an autopsy was performed, but the results haven’t been released yet.
‘We don’t know exactly what happened, what caused her death, but the homicide unit is currently investigating,’ Columbus Police Sgt. Dean Worthington said.
Rachael Anderson, 24, was found dead in a Columbus, Ohio apartment on January 29
No suspects or motives have been named in the case.
‘From here, the homicide detectives will wait for the coroner’s office to determine the cause of death and, of course, they’ll continue to look for any witnesses and suspects that may be out there,’ Worthington added.
Anderson didn’t show up to her job and wasn’t reachable, sparking concerns
Anderson didn’t show up for her job at a local funeral home and attempts to reach her by phone were unsuccessful.
Anderson was formerly a student at Youngstown State University. She was studying mortuary science at the school.
The murder isColumbus’ 11th this year.
Police are treating her death as a homicide, but don’t have a motive or suspect yet