The decomposed body of Theresa DeKeyzer was found stuffed inside a 55-gallon plastic drum at a Detroit-area storage facility three months after she was reported missing.
Results from an autopsy of the Michigan woman's remains checked over the weekend.
DeKeyzer's boyfriend Scott Wobbe reported that he last saw the 22-year-old on June 16 near her Warren home, police said.
The boyfriend has been jailed for violating probation in a Midland County drug case.
The body was removed from the barrel Friday with the assistance of a forensic anthropologist, said Mary Mazur, a spokeswoman for the Wayne County medical examiner's office.
DeKeyzer was identified by her tattoos, clothing, and jewelry.
There were also crime scene photos available from a domestic assault reported the day before her disappearance when, according to police, a drunken Wobbe assaulted her.
Wobbe reportedly dragged her out of his car by her shirt and punched her in the face.
Michigan woman missing almost three months discovered buried in a 55-gallon plastic drum filled with concrete hidden in a storage facility
Theresa DeKeyzer, 22, was last seen alive on June 16 near her Warren home
The night before her disappearance, her boyfriend, Scott Wobbe, had been arrested for assaulting her as well as drug charges
Body identified using tattoos, clothing, and jewelry
No one has yet to be charged in DeKeyzer's death
By MAIL ONLINE REPORTER
PUBLISHED: 09:20 EST, 20 September 2014 | UPDATED: 17:16 EST, 20 September 2014
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