Lynn Gay Keene Wiki – Lynn Gay Keene Biography
Lynn Gay Keene a 70-year-old woman, was found buried in concrete inside the basement of her North Carolina home nearly two months after she was reported missing, according to the Avery County Sheriff’s Office.
Authorities filed a missing person report on July 30 for Lynn Gay Keene of Linville Falls after learning he last had contact with members of his family on June 14, according to a sheriff’s office press release obtained. by Charlotte WCNC, an NBC affiliate.
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Lynn Gay Keene was 70 years old.
Found Buried in Concrete Inside the Basement of Her Home
In an attempt to find Keene, detectives searched his home and found it to be insured. But the woman’s vehicle, a 2000 Lincoln Town Car, was not at her residence. Keene and the car information were entered into a state database.
On Monday, Cherokee police reported that Keene’s vehicle had been located abandoned on Blue Wing Road in North Carolina with the car keys under the driver’s seat, according to the statement. That discovery led detectives from the Avery County Sheriff’s Office to obtain a search warrant for Keene’s home.
With the help of the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation and its crime scene team, authorities searched the home and found human remains buried specifically in the basement.
An autopsy was performed on the human remains and, through dental records, it was determined that the remains belonged to Keene, Avery County Sheriff Kevin Frye said in the statement. The autopsy also concluded that Keene’s cause of death was a homicide.
Authorities said they are now looking for a woman who had been hired as Keene’s caretaker.
Elizabeth Freeman, 53, who may also be known as Elizabeth Carserino, is being sought by the sheriff’s office for questioning, according to Frye. She is also wanted on charges of motor vehicle theft, financial card theft, and identity theft, police said.
Authorities believe Freeman could be in Dorchester County, South Carolina, or Cumming, Georgia, where she has a family.
John Thompson, Keene’s neighbor, and family friend for several decades said he used to receive birthday cards from Keene every July 19. But he never received a card last month.
Thompson now remembers her as a generous neighbor who loved listening to Prince and the Grateful Dead. According to him, Keene’s son died during the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and her husband also passed away about two years ago. Her mother, whom Keene used to care for, also passed away last year, Thompson said.
“That’s a lot for one person,” he added. “It’s just … it’s not fair. No one should have to go through that.”