Twenty-nine-year-old Anna Oung was found dead in the trunk of her car late Wednesday night after she had been reported missing for around one hour. Conflicting reports have also stated that she was missing between two and five hours as well. The Irvine woman isn't reported to had been murdered, but it seems rather obvious that she suffered from foul play of some kind. Women don't just die and lock themselves in the trunks of their own vehicles.
Reports indicate that the 29-year-old was reported missing by her husband, who led authorities to her locked car claiming he was unable to open it. It was then that her lifeless body was discovered. Officials say there were "visible injuries" on her body, but are not releasing the details behind these injuries or if they were injuries that led to her demise.
As stated before, while investigators aren't jumping the gun on this one yet, it seems as though Anna Oung was murdered and put in the trunk of her car. But by whom? It's suspicious that her husband is who reported her missing and then led police to her body under the assumption of not knowing where she was. This could be completely innocent and coincidental, but if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck it's probably not a unicorn.
Hopefully more information comes out in this case and officials can put their heads together to come up with an official statement on what may have happened to this beautiful young woman.
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