UPDATE: Identity Released of Greenwich Woman Found Dead in Stamford

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Update: Thursday, Sept. 11 9:00-pm
Police have identified the Greenwich woman found dead on Wednesday afternoon behind the wheel of a car in a Stamford parking lot. According to a report in the Stamford Advocate, the woman was Lisa D’Angelo.

According to the report Stamford Lt Diedrich Hohn stated the person who reported D’Angelo missing said she was going to a tattoo parlor in Stamford before she dissappeared. Greenwich detectives checking out the different tattoo parlors in the city found D’Angelo’s car in a dirt parking lot at 55 Research Drive in the Glenbrook, which is across from Full Throttle Tattoo Studio.

Original Story, Thursday, Sept. 11, 11:00am
The following is a press release from Lt. Kraig Gray on Greenwich Police:

The deceased was reported missing to the Greenwich Police Department on September 10, 2014. Our Detective’s initiated a Missing Persons investigation.  The detectives following investigative leads went to Research Drive in Stamford and located the deceased.  The Stamford Police Department was contacted and responded. Greenwich’s Missing Person case transitioned into a Death Investigation in their jurisdiction.

The Stamford Police Department is conducting a Death Investigation.
Lieutenant Kraig Gray
Public Information Officer
Professional Standards
Greenwich Police Department

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