No cause of death determined in murder of Alyssiah Wiley

The state medical examiner's office says it can not determine how a missing college student was killed. The dismembered remains of Alyssiah Wiley, 20, were

The dismembered remains of Alyssiah Wiley were found May 17 in the woods in Trumbull.

The dismembered remains of Alyssiah Wiley were found May 17 in the woods in Trumbull. (5/28/13)

BRIDGEPORT - The state medical examiner's office says it cannot determine how a missing college student was killed.

The dismembered remains of Alyssiah Wiley, 20, were found May 17 in the woods of Trumbull.

She had been missing for nearly a month.

Her boyfriend, 30-year-old Jermaine Richards, has been charged with her murder.

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