A Broomall, PA woman missing for two weeks was found dead inside a vehicle outside Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station. The cause of death is so far unknown.
Police have identified a young woman found dead near Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station as a Delaware County woman who has been missing for nearly two weeks.
Marple Township Chief of Police Tom Murray tells NBC10 the body of Nadia Malik was found inside her black Nissan along the unit block of S. 30th Street in Philadelphia around 12:15 p.m. on Thursday. That is behind the Internal Revenue Service’s Philadelphia headquarters and across the street from Amtrak’s 30th Street Station.
Philadelphia Police Lt. John Walker says the woman’s body was found slumped over in the passenger seat of the car, under a pile of books.
Walker said the car had been parked along 30th Street for 12 days and had multiple parking tickets attached to the windshield — the first ticket dated Feb. 9. Walker said the car was covered in snow most of the time it was parked along the street.
So someone, most likely a SETPA or AMTRAK police officer, kept placing parking tickets on a car with a dead woman inside. Unbelievable.