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This is one of those stories you have to read multiple times before you’ll believe it…

an Iowa teen Larry Ely Murillo-Moncada’s body was found at a local No Frills Supermarket stuffed behind a refrigerator, ten years after he was reported missing and three years after the store shut down.

According to Sgt. Brandon Danielson of the CBPD, Murillo-Moncada was an employee of the supermarket before he went missing at 25 years old.

His parents put out the missing report on November 28, 2009 after they said he became upset and stormed out of their home. At the time they argued that their son was acting irrationally, possibly because he was on a certain medication.

The building had been closed for three years. Authorities were able to identify Murillo-Moncada using his biological parents’ DNA. His clothes also matched what he was reported to be wearing at the time he went missing, according to Sgt. Danielson.

A man who was missing for 10 years was found dead behind industrial freezers in the grocery store wh

A man who went missing in Iowa a decade ago was found lodged behind a 12-foot cooler in the grocery store where he used to work. On November 28, 2009, 25-year-old Larry Murillo-Moncada was reported missing after he became delusional and ran away barefoot from his parents' Council Bluffs home, The Daily Nonpareil local newspaper reported at the time.