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UPDATE: Cops Interview 12 People Involved In 19-Year-Old Woman’s Freezer Death

Police in Chicago have interviewed 12 people who they say are ‘involved in some way’ in the death of a 19-year-old woman who was found dead in a hotel freezer.

The body of Kenneka Jenkins was discovered in the industrial, walk-in freezer at The Crowne Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Rosemont, a suburb of Chicago, on Saturday at around midnight.

She had gone missing around 24 hours earlier after partying with friends in one of the hotel’s rooms.

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Viral Facebook videos of their antics around the time she vanished are being investigated by police alongside surveillance footage from 47 cameras inside the hotel.

That surveillance footage will be shown to Kenneka’s mother, Tereasa Martin, on Thursday after mounting demand from her family and from the public for more information on the case.

She is convinced her daughter was murdered and suspects the group who reported her missing, claiming that they have ‘changed their story over and over’.

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