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    Elizabeth Rykhof (56) was buried in a field and her remains were found 8 months after she disappeared

    http://mydeathspace.com/article/2018...he_disappeared

    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/39950/2/

    Bloomfiled PD, Detective Spellman and his team continue to conduct interviews with many individuals that regarding her disappearance.
    Elizabeth was supposedly last seen in Bloomfield around the end of July leaving Henry Seebach III's condo in Bloomfield by him (Mill lane area). It is not known what method of transportation she used when leaving. Elizabeth does NOT drive. She relies on walking, friends, family, Uber, taxi, bus Etc. to get around. She is not technology/computer savvy. Around the end of July her t-mobile service was disconnected. Someone else now owns her former number. There were a few sightings reported within Connecticut and crossing into Massachusetts however none of these could be verified by Detective Spellman or local authorities.
    If you had contact, conversations or spoke with her this past summer, discussed things, or think of any information that can lead us to locate Elizabeth, please help by submitting your information to Detective Spellman (860-242-5501 ext 5523) local authorities, or contact me if you feel more comfortable.
    As always thank you so very very much to everyone and it is so very appreciated for everyone's comments, shares, likes and continued support to help bring Elizabeth home to her family for the holidays!



    In a later post though, it says 31 August last seen date is confirmed?

    PLEASE HELP US FIND Elizabeth Rykhof!!!!!!
    Status: MISSING
    DOB: June 24 1961
    Age: 56 years old
    Sex: Female
    Ethnicity: White
    Hair: Blonde hair
    Eye color: Blue
    Height: 5'4"-5'5"
    Weight: 130-140lbs
    LAST SEEN: Aug 31 2017 (Confirmed)
    WHERE: Bloomfield CT
    Elizabeth does not drive, does not own a car. Her credit cards and bank account have been inactive for some time.
    POSSIBLE SIGHTINGS:
    ?September 9th in Bloomfield CT at Ruby Tuesday's. UNCONFIRMED
    ?Sometime in September possibly in Winsted CT, location unknown. UNCONFIRMED
    ?Sunday Oct 1st. Unknown female answers Elizabeth's cell phone.

    Elizabeth is a beautiful woman who is energetic, full of life and can capture the attention of everyone when she walks into a room. She has studied and been employed in various fields of Beauty and Fashion, and has also waitressed in the past as well.
    If you see Elizabeth Rykhof please contact Detective Spellman @ 860-242-5501 ex.5523. (Or feel free to contact me if you prefer.)
    Thank you for your continued support, love and prayers for Elizabeth and her family during this time of need! ❤
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    Body of Missing Conn. Woman Found Buried in Field

    Police have identified the body found in a field in Bloomfield last week and said the remains are those of a woman who had been missing since August 2017 and authorities are investigating the case as a suspicious death.

    Rykhof was 56 when she disappeared. Her family said at the time they she suffered from addiction and had bipolar disorder and they did not know where she was living.

    Rykhof?s remains were found Thursday, buried at a 287-acre wetland site at 182 Woodland Ave. The cause of her death has not yet been determined.


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    When a witness told Bloomfield police where to find the body of a missing woman named Elizabeth Rykhof, he said: “You don’t need a dog, you need a shovel.” The man admitted to police that he helped a local man dispose of her body, according to an arrest warrant.

    The witness led investigators to a state-owned wetland off Woodland Avenue, where they would exhume the body of Rykhof in late March, closing a seven-month investigation into her disappearance. But what caused her death remains undetermined by medical examiners.

    Working off a tip from an unidentified prostitute, investigators began suspecting Henry Seebach in Rykhof’s disappearance in August, the warrant reads. The witness said that Seebach, high on crack cocaine, had admitted to burying Rykhof’s body after she overdosed on his heroin.

    Seebach, 45, was taken into custody Friday at the Linden Court condo where Rykhof’s family said she lived with Seebach. He was charged with violating a state law relating to the disposal of a body.

    The witness who told police he helped Seebach move the body to the wetland for the burial was also told that she overdosed, the affidavit reads.
    In January, investigators met with the prostitute, who said she had been living with Seebach in recent months and had confronted him about Rykhof’s disappearance after she spotted a missing person flyer in a Geissler’s Supermarket, according to the warrant.

    When she asked Seebach about Rykhof, she said he got extremely agitated and went on a lengthy rant about her, the affidavit reads. Seebach told the woman that sometime before December 2017, Rykhof had found his heroin and used all of it before fatally overdosing.

    Seebach told the woman that he then went to Ocean State Job Lot for a tarp and to Home Depot for lime, the affidavit says. He also ordered a large freezer for storage and a red truck off the online sale sight OfferUp, she told investigators.

    Seebach told the woman that he kept Elizabeth Rykhof’s body in his closet for 10 days before moving it to the freezer once it arrived at his home. She was told by Seebach that a power outage forced him to go and bury the body with the help of his roommate, the affidavit reads.

    Driving through Bloomfield on one occasion, the woman remembered Seebach saying that they “can’t find the body,” the affidavit reads. She did not know exactly where he buried the body, but told police it may be behind an abandoned house.

    In late March, detectives tracked down the former roommate and interviewed him in Middletown. The roommate admitted to helping move the freezer with Rykhof’s body to the back of the vehicle Seebach bought on OfferUp, the affidavit reads. The former roommate initially denied being involved, but later told investigators he could take them to her body, the affidavit reads.


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