Georgia man steals mortuary van, dead body rolls out ahead of police chase


A useless physique rolled out of a stolen mortuary van as an Atlanta man sped away from a crematory parking zone on Wednesday and led police on a chase via Georgia, authorities stated.

Kijon Griffin, 23, stays on the free and is needed for a number of felonies, the Conyers Police Division stated.

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When Griffin stole the mortuary van to flee pursuing police, a physique on a gurney rolled out of the open again hatch and into the parking zone the place it got here to relaxation, police stated. Personnel on web site have been in a position to safely safe the physique.

Griffin stays on the free after main police on a chase in a stolen mortuary van.
(Conyers Police Division)

Stan Henderson, the proprietor of the van and Stan Henderson & Sons Mortuary in Stockbridge, instructed FOX5 Atlanta that “it’s ridiculous that the useless cannot even relaxation.”

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Police chased Griffin from the town of Conyers to DeKalb County, the place van turned disabled after placing a number of autos and blowing a tire. The suspect then fled the van and bumped into a close-by wooden line. Police searched the realm however have been unable to find Griffin.

Authorities requested anybody with details about Griffin’s location to contact police.



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