The body of a Pennsylvania woman missing since February 9 was found this week in a car with tinted windows and covered with snow, both of which made it impossible for anyone passing the vehicle to see inside, police say.
The AP reports that the car belonged to 22-year-old Nadia Malik of Marple Township. It was first parked outside a train station in Philadelphia where it was ticked. The car was towed to another spot where it was ticketed several more times.
"If you look at the car, it's tinted heavily on the back and side windows, and the windshield would have been covered with snow," a detective told the AP.
Malik's body was found in the passenger seat with a duffle bag over her head. An autopsy is being performed today. Her boyfriend and father of her two children, arrested on a probation charge in Ohio, is wanted for questioning.