High-profile missing person case.
Police announced Thursday, investigators may have a break in a high-profile missing person case after finding what they think are human remains buried at a Long Beach home.. 32 zach Kennedy, has been missing since October 2017, according to police. Detectives served a search warrant at a home in the 500 block of W, on Thursday morning.. Where he was last seen 8th Street, Long Beach police spokesman Sgt. Brad Johnson said. Detectives suspected Kennedy may have been buried there, so they started digging, he said. ” - “Not long after detectives began the excavation they located what they believe to be the remains of a human body buried on the property. Jeff, said his son had moved to Long Beach from Pennsylvania years earlier. Kennedy’s father told Dateline that his son disappeared on Oct. 22. Kennedy reportedly had dinner plans with a companion that night. But that call never came he’d asked the man to pick him up at a friends house when he called, Dateline reported. Saying that was the last place Kennedy had been seen some of the fliers singled out a particular home on the block. Said Sharon Savoy police occasionally would visit that house too, who lives across the street. She sometimes saw their cars parked out front, but on Thursday morning, she woke up to detectives, coroner’s officials and a tent set up outside. It appeared they were digging in the side yard.” she said, “I just heard a hoe or a shovel banging on the ground.. Savoy said a single man lives in the house. Neighbors said he kept to himself. She called him “a recluse. He’d come out and mow the lawn ” “Once in a while,” Savoy said. Neighbors said crews weren’t at the home for long Thursday morning, only from about 8 a.m. to noon, they estimated. But other than a small pile of dirt on the home’s lawn that afternoon police had blocked off the street while they dug, there was nothing to suggest they’d been there. Police said they have not arrested anyone in connection with the case and declined to provide any more details. William Lykins, who lives next-door, said the detectives working the scene had interviewed him about the case in the past. He said when Lykins went outside to ask one of them what was going on, he got a simple answer. “She said, ‘We found something.