MI police confident they've found gravesite of girls missing for decades

Friday, 11 May, 2018

On Tuesday, Michigan [VIDEO] investigators returned to the vacant farm where at least four of Ream's possible victims were buried.

Ream has not been cooperative with police, Dwyer said.

The dig on the farm, where a decade ago police found the body of another teen who was murdered by Arthur Ream, entered its third day on Wednesday and police indicated they expect to find remains at the site.

William Dwyer, Warren Police Commissioner, told the press that the investigators believe there are several bodies buried in the vicinity of 23 Mile and North Avenue roads.

Authorities resumed digging in a MI forest Wednesday for the remains of as many as seven girls who have been missing for decades. Dwyer stated that a search of this magnitude may take several days to complete.

It's the same field where 13-year-old Cyndi Zarzycki's remains were found after her killer led investigators to the spot in 2008.

Officials confirmed they have found no remains during this week's dig, but hope to recover remains as the dig continues. Dwyer did not elaborate on their investigative findings.

Ream, who turned 69 on Wednesday, was sentenced in 1998 to 15 years in prison for criminal sexual conduct and taking indecent liberties with a child less than two years earlier. Ream "flunked a polygraph test", and investigators then obtained a search warrant for the field in Macomb County, the commissioner said.

This scenario ended the life of Ream's only known victim.

During Ream's murder trial, prosecutors said he told Cindy that he was taking her to a surprise birthday party for his son, who was her boyfriend at the time.

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Investigators have used the information from these other inmates to piece together a case.

Dwyer said they reopened the cold case last fall but couldn't start the search until the weather and ground conditions improved. Authorities are now using earthmoving equipment in hopes of unearthing the remains of these missing children.

"I don't know if there's ever justice", Zarzycki said. Federal recovery specialists have plotted strips in grids.

Dwyer says he wants to bring closure to the families. Police said there is "probable cause" to believe the site is a graveyard. "We are cautiously optimistic that we will, unfortunately, find remains". Kimberly Alice King went missing in 1979, and her sister told CNN affiliate WXYZ that it's been "almost 39 years of agony" for the family.

"She didn't make it to that point", Handloser said. Kellie Brownlee, a 17-year-old who disappeared in Novi, about 30 miles northwest of Detroit, in May 1982. Handloser said Nadine's boyfriend would meet her at the halfway point.

Zarzycki had been dating Ream's son at the time of her disappearance.

King's sister, Konnie Beyma, said she has been in contact with detectives.

Police said they were led to the area after spending months interviewing convicted killer, Arthur Ream.

Kimberly was last seen at a friend's house, Kellie at Twelve Oaks Mall and Kim at an ice cream parlor, according to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System.