Jermiera Ivory Fowler, age 31, was last seen in Birmingham, Alabama, on the afternoon of May 31 after she departed to shop on Facebook Marketplace.
Police from Birmingham are called to a place where they discover a woman’s charred body.
A missing woman’s body was discovered shot and burnt days after she had gone to pick up an internet order, prompting police in Alabama to launch an investigation.
Jermiera Ivory Fowler, age 31, was last seen in Birmingham, Alabama, on the afternoon of May 31 after leaving to make a Facebook Marketplace purchase, according to the Birmingham Police Department.
According to the police news release, officers were first summoned about 9 p.m. on Thursday in response to reports of a charred body along the 200 block of Sellers Road.
They arrived on the site and discovered the victim’s burnt body along with “visible signs of trauma.”
Officers who arrived on the scene then declared Fowler dead and later discovered she had been shot.
Herbert Brown, a nearby resident, expressed his shock at what had happened outside his house to NBC affiliate WVTM-TV.
Brown told WVTM, “When I looked out of my bedroom window, I saw a big flame.” “When I peered over the fence, I saw this body on fire.
Brown continued, “The police stayed out there until 2 or 3 in the morning just searching the area. The firefighters came and put out the fire.
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Fowler’s death is being looked at by police as a possible homicide. The motivation is still being looked into, and there have been no arrests made.
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