The human remains found in a home recycling bin in Seattle are believed to be those of a mother of three from Renton who went missing Friday night after a date.
The man she was supposed to go on the date with, 37-year-old John Charlton, was arrested Monday in Snohomish County in connection with Lyne's murder.
Neighbors said the last they had seen of Lyne was on Friday night at her mailbox as she was on her way to see the Seattle Mariners home opener with a man she had met online.
Friends of Lyne told NBC station KING5 that she was reported missing after she didn't pick up her children from her grandparents' house Saturday morning.
SEATTLE (AP) Three body parts including a foot found in a homeowner's recycling bin likely belong to a woman who was reported missing Saturday morning, Seattle police said.
The parts were recovered by the King County Medical Examiner's Office to determine an identity.
Augmenting fears that Ingrid Lynne had run into foul play, fellow coworkers at Swedish Medical Center where the missing woman worked as a nurse had unsuccessfully tried to reach out to the man who took her to the game.
Police also found Ms. Lyne's Toyota Highlander SUV in downtown Seattle on Monday night.
Lyne's friends took to social media over the weekend with concerns about her welfare.
Investigators determined the remains, which were packaged in plastic bags, had been placed in the bin late Friday or early Saturday. "I just talked to her. She was a nice lady with great kids", said neighbor Robert Croner. He's been booked into jail on investigation of homicide.
Police said they do not believe that Ingrid Lyne was murdered where her body parts came to be discovered, instead telling that her body parts were dumped in that neighborhood. The bin would have been emptied when recyclables were collected on the block Friday, the spokesman said.
"We all see each other and know each other and keep an eye out for each other", he said of the neighborhood. Evidence, including telephone call records, helped police identify a suspect and eventually serve a warrant in cooperation with the Renton Police Department.