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Posted: Thursday, June 26, 2014 9:59 am

MSN News:

Detectives wearing hazmat suits have removed bags of evidence and a refrigerator from the suburban Milwaukee apartment of a man arrested in connection with two suitcases found stuffed with the remains of two women.

The 52-year-old security officer was arrested Wednesday, but he has not been charged in the deaths.

The Town of Geneva Police Chief Steven Hurley said in a news release that the man was arrested in connection with the killing of Laura Simonson, 37, of Farmington, Minnesota, whose body was discovered June 5 in a suitcase discarded along a rural road in Town of Geneva.

Authorities have not identified the remains of the second female but say she was a white female with long dark hair, a pronounced overbite and a small heart tattoo on her lower left abdomen.

For the full story, visit http://news.msn.com/crime-justice/man-arrested-after-bodies-found-in-suitcases

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