Police Find Trudie Hall's Remains in E. Falmouth, Shot Multiple Times
The Cape and Islands District Attorney announced on Friday they found bones in Falmouth woods and today confirmed they are Trudie Hall's.
Updated 2:02 pm
A man walking his dog in the woods found Trudie Hall's remains in East Falmouth last Thursday, according to the Cape and Islands District Attorney Michael O'Keefe.
At a press conference today at the Barnstable Police Department, O'Keefe stated Hall was shot multiple times.
On Friday, O'Keefe announced Falmouth Chief of Police Anthony Riello said Falmouth officers and State Police Detectives assigned to the District Attorney's Office responded to a wooded area in Falmouth as the result of a report of the discovery of what appeared to be human bones.
The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner began an analysis and identification of the bones over the weekend.
Trudie Hall, a pregnant Nantucket woman, was reported missing two years ago and efforts to find her swelled shortly after her disappearance, according to news reports.
According to the Cape Cod Times, "When she disappeared on July 27, 2010, Hall was four months pregnant with the child of a married man with a criminal record, whom the police questioned and whose home was extensively searched after her disappearance."
Police said her remains told them much about the type of bullets used in the murder and how many times she was shot, O'Keefe said in a press statement today.
O'Keefe said anyone with information about or aided Trudie's killer, knowingly or unknowingly, should come forward by contacting the Massachusetts State Police at 508-790-5799.