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Missing Pennsylvania Woman Found Dead In Her Car

The body of a Pennsylvania woman was found inside a car illegally parked near the city's main train station Thursday ten days after she went missing.
Posted at 9:06 AM, Feb 21, 2014

The body of a Pennsylvania woman was found inside a car illegally parked near the city's main train station Thursday ten days after she went missing.

According to police, 22-year-old Nadia Malik's (Maa-leak) remains were found buried under a pile of books and clothes in the passenger's seat of her Nissan, which was covered in parking tickets and snow. (Via WPVI)

"Now, police say the body went unnoticed because the car was buried in snow and the windows were heavily tinted." (Via KYW-TV)

"Even if you were able to look in that car, with the car being snow-covered at some point during these storms, you probably wouldn't have realized there was a body inside that car." (Via WCAU)

Investigators say they are treating this case as suspicious, and an investigation into Malik's disappearance and death is now underway.

Malik's family first reported her missing on Feb. 9. Her sister, Mona, told WCAU she spoke to her the day she disappeared, and that she was with her ex-boyfriend, 25-year-old Bhupinder Singh. (Boo-pinder Sing)

Police have yet to confirm Mona's claims. But, according to the Delaware County Daily Times, Singh was later arrested on a parole violation in Ohio and has been questioned about Malik's disappearance. He is currently awaiting extradition back to Pennsylvania.

Police say an autopsy is scheduled for early Friday to determine Malik's cause of death. She leaves behind a 3-year-old son and 2-month-old daughter.