Remains found in NW Indiana marsh ID’d as woman who vanished 2 years ago


Human skeletal remains found last month in a swamp in northwestern Indiana they were identified as those of an Indiana woman who disappeared more than two years ago.

Lake County coroner David J. Pastrick said on Tuesday By Dushawna Glover the remains were identified last week. The Merrillville woman was 48 years old when she was reported missing by her family in May 2020 after she walked away from a foster home where she lived, reported The (Northwest Indiana) Times.

Glover, who had an intellectual disability, had only been in that house for a week when she disappeared. Griffith the police said.

Numerous unsuccessful searches were mounted for Glover over the next several months after video footage from a nearby business showed a woman believed to be Glover walking alone in the area before her reported disappearance.


A police officer who searched that area in an all-terrain vehicle spotted a sandal that looked similar to a pair Glover was wearing, police said.

His remains were found on October 22 by two hunters in a Lake County field when they came across a bone protruding from an article of clothing in a swampy area.

An initial investigation by the Lake County coroner’s office showed that Glover had been dead for over six months.


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Written by Natalia Chi

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