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Mia Kanu was ditched like ‘roadkill’ and police believe her death ‘wasn’t random’




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The investigation into the death of Mia Kanu, an aspiring student of Tennessee State University, is intensifying as Southfield Police Department officials allegedly believe the incident was targeted and not a random act, Your Content has learned. What’s more, a law enforcement insider referred to the perpetrator as a “monster” in a conversation with CrimeSpace.

The insider, who spoke to CrimeSpace under the condition of anonymity as they are not authorized to speak publicly, indicated that the police are committed to thoroughly exploring every lead in the investigation concerning the demise of Mia Kanu.

The source emphasized, “This wasn’t random. Someone had a deliberate motive to inflict harm on Mia. The nature of this case has shifted from an enigmatic death to an outright homicide.”

The law enforcement source revealed that the police have been engaging with numerous individuals in relation to the 23-year-old’s death. The source also shared a strong sentiment regarding the nature of the crime, stating, “To leave a young woman discarded by the side of the highway as if she were no more than roadkill is unconscionable. The kind of individual capable of such an act can only be described as a monster.”

The Southfield Police Department is continuing their investigation and is urging anyone with information to come forward.

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Mia’s lifeless body was discovered on a road in Michigan after attending a party at an apartment. Local law enforcement agencies have launched an investigation into the incident to shed light on the circumstances surrounding her tragic demise.

As Your Content readers know, the investigation into the mysterious death of 23-year-old Mia Kanu continues, as Southfield Police Department scrutinizes surveillance footage and conducts interviews with those who were with her on the night of the incident.

Reports indicate that the incident leading to Mia Kanu’s death occurred in Southfield, Michigan. Details surrounding the events leading up to her tragic demise, however, remain unclear. The Southfield Police Department revealed that Mia was discovered lying on Providence Drive in the early hours of June 3. Prior to that, she had reportedly attended a party at the Coach House Apartments.

Upon finding Mia, emergency response teams promptly provided medical assistance until she could be transported to a nearby hospital. Subsequently, she was placed on life support. A video posted by her mother on social media revealed that Mia’s organs were donated before she was taken off life support.

As part of their investigation, Southfield Police detectives are meticulously reviewing video footage and conducting interviews with individuals who attended the party on the night in question. They are also seeking information from the driver of the vehicle in which Mia Kanu was traveling before being discovered on the road.

The police are treating the case as a homicide, pending the results of the autopsy, which will provide further insight into the cause of Mia’s untimely death, according to WSMV.

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