A missing pregnant Pennsylvania mother was found dead in South Philadelphia, according to police, who were looking for her boyfriend, also missing, as a person of interest.
Dianna Brice, 21, was last seen leaving a Lansdowne laundromat with her 23-year-old boyfriend, Justin Smith, around 1 p.m. on March 30, according to the Upper Darby Police Department.
She was more than four months pregnant and had a 4-year-old son at home, FOX 29 Philadelphia reported.
Upper Darby police said they found his remains in a wooded lot near the intersection of 58th and Eastwick streets early Tuesday. Smith’s car was found a mile away last week, abandoned and on fire near 59th and Florence.
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“This is the same vehicle that Brice and Smith were last seen in,” police said in a statement. “It has been determined that there was no operator or passenger with the vehicle.”
Brice’s mother reached out to Smith after she was unable to reach her daughter last Tuesday, according to the FOX 29 report. He allegedly told her the couple had an argument and she got out of her car in Philadelphia.
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Smith has also not been seen since, and has been named a person of interest, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Police found her keys and wallet near the burning car within hours of Brice’s disappearance.
Smith’s father told the newspaper that he did not know where his son was.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts should contact the Upper Darby Police Department at 610-734-7677.