Body Found in Car Outside NYPD Facility


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The body of a pregnant woman missing for more than a week was found in the driver's seat of a parked car yards from the main entrance of a Bronx police facility where hundreds of officers work every day, authorities said.

The search for Gizela Andrade, 32, who was four months pregnant, ended when Mount Vernon cops found her body in a white Toyota Venza, which may have been parked near the station for three days, police sources said today.

An autopsy today determined Andrade died for an insulin overdose. Andrade had suffered from diabetes.

Andrade had been missing from her Mount Vernon home since Sept. 25.

Law enforcement sources said the car, which had tinted windows, had been parked in the spot since Sunday on the corner of Baldwin and Abbot streets in the Wakefield section, across the street and some 500 feet from the front door of the Bronx Narcotics facility near the Westchester border.

The car was found in an area near a lot where seized cars are usually parked and a few blocks from a Metro-North station.

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