The husband of Anna Oung led police to her dead body by using a cellphone GPS tracking device to find her car. This, of course, came an hour after he reported her missing. So why didn't he use the GPS tracking to find her prior to calling police? The husband of the missing/slain woman is not being identified and police are hesitant in acknowledging whether or not the woman met foul play.
The 29-year-old woman was only reported missing for an hour before her unidentified husband led police to her locked car, claiming to have located it via GPS tracking. While this is totally believable, it just doesn't make perfect sense as to why he waited for police intervention to locate the car. The car was locked and he didn't have keys, so police helped him unlock it. That's when they found the body of Anna Oung in the trunk.
As stated in an earlier report, there were signs of injury to her body, but police are not clarifying on what these injuries are. An autopsy will be done today to determine how she died. Police also don't have any persons of interest or suspects in this case.
Anna's body was located at the University of California, Irvine, but it isn't known what connection she has to this location. What about her husband? Does he have any connection to this location or is it near their home in any way?
This is not accusing anyone of any wrongdoing, but statistically, slain women are victimized by their significant others or someone who lives in the home with them. While stranger abductions and murders do happen, they are rare in comparison to the statistical probability of someone she knows harming her. However, people who claim to know the couple says the two seemed happy together.
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