The sad mystery of Nadia Malik’s death grew deeper today, as Philadelphia Police tell CBS 3’s Walt Hunter an autopsy and nearly 8 months of tests by the Philadelphia Medical Examiner have not been able to determine the cause and manner of her death.
The boyfriend of 22-year-old Nadia Malik, the missing Delaware County woman found dead inside a car at 30th St. Station February 20th, has been ordered by a Delaware County judge to remain behind bars on charges he violated probation on an earlier DUI conviction by traveling to Ohio in the days before Malik’s body was found.
The brother of 22-year-old Nadia Malik, speaking out for the first time, says he believes the mother of three, who disappeared February 9th and whose body was found 11 days later in a car near 30th St. Station, was a victim of foul play.
Philadelphia Police Lt. John Walker said an autopsy Friday showed “no visible sign of injury.” He said officials are awaiting toxicology reports.
Police had been looking for the Nissan Altima in connection to the disappearance of a woman, Nadia Malik, who they say was reported missing to Marple Township Police on February 10th.