A Millersville cold case detective is putting never before released information out to the public, sharing it first with News 2, in hopes someone will speak up about a decade-old case involving Shauna Fryar and her 3-month-old Zaylee Grace Fryar, known as Baby Zaylee.
Kia Towers remembered when Fryar’s body was brought to the Davidson County Medical Examiner’s Office after she and Baby Zaylee had been reported missing.
“Ironically, when I first came in contact with Shauna Fryer was when I was working as a forensic tech at the morgue in Nashville. I actually checked her body in,” Detective Towers said.
Towers is now a detective at the Millersville Police Department working to solve the cold case.
“When a 3-month-old goes missing, you know, it raises red flags for everybody. It’s the worst news you could possibly get,” Towers said.
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