Dump job

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Dump job site where the bodies of the Grimes sisters were found.
Killers favor rivers, woods, and parks as dump job sites.

In police work, a dump job is a type of murder in which the victim's body is transported to another location and abandoned, usually in a deserted area.[1]

The intent of a dump job is to hide someone's association with the murder. This may be direct responsibility for the killing or involvement in surrounding circumstances.

Such cases often entail forensic difficulties.

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  1. ^ Miletich, John (2003). Homicide Investigation: An Introduction. Oxford: Scarecrow Press. p. 4. ISBN 0-8108-4625-X. Retrieved 15 December 2011.