New Details Revealed In Case Of Missing OKC Woman Presumed Dead
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma City Police Department is still searching for a missing Oklahoma City woman believed to have been killed.
Now, new court documents are revealing what detectives found when they searched a storage unit linked to Susan Freehauf’s disappearance.
Freehauf was reported missing Monday, September 24, after co-workers said she did not show up for work for two days.
During the course of the investigation, police arrested Freehauf’s boyfriend David Shores in connection to her disappearance and possible murder.
Police said after executing a search warrant on Freehauf’s apartment, several large blood stains on the living room carpet and pad were located.
From there, the investigation led detectives to a storage unit at American Self Storage located at 929 N. Meridian in OKC.
According to new court documents released Monday, October 8, detectives discovered blood, hair, fingernails and several items possibly used to clean a crime scene.
Police said blunt and edge weapons including knives, hatchets, clubs, etc. were in the unit.
The court document also revealed that several personal items all belonging to Freehauf were inside the unit.
OKC Police said Shores is believed to have murdered Freehauf. Her body has still not been found.