Julie MottSAN ANTONIO, TX – Here’s a weird one. The body of 26-year old Julie Mott was stolen from her casket following her funeral service at a San Antonio funeral home.

According to reports, Mott’s body was taken from Mission Parks Funeral Chapel North following her August 15 service that ended around 1:30 p.m.

“The next morning when they came back to the funeral home, they discovered that the casket Ms. Mott had been in for the service was actually empty,” said SAPD Sgt. Javier Salazar. “Her remains had been removed.”

The funeral home locks up around 4:30 p.m., and since an alarm at the facility had not been triggered overnight, police believe her body was taken after it had been moved to a private visitation area in the back of the funeral home.

Mott died on August 8th after a life-long battle with cystic fibrosis. The owners of the funeral home are close with her family and have known the deceased since she was born. They are offering a $20,000 reward to help catch the person responsible for this “shameless act.”

Salazar told reporters that a single person could be responsible fro the theft of Mott’s corpse, as the girl was petite. He added that his main priority is getting her body back to her family, then finding the person responsible “and bring them to justice.” He’s asking anyone who may have any information to call SAPD at 210-225-TIPS (8477).

When asked for a motive, Salazar replied, “the possibilities are endless.” Anyone who has been reading DD for any amount of time knows that Salazar speaks the truth, as we’ve been reporting on the weird things people do with corpses for a decade – obviously, none of them are good.

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