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Mikayla Miller: 16-Year-Old Black Girl Allegedly Found Dead Tied To A Tree in Hopkinton, Massachusetts

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16-year-old, Mikayla Miller was found dead in the woods in Hopkinton, Massachusetts on April 18th. Miller death remains a mystery, and some community members are calling for more details surrounding her death to be released by the police.

Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan said in a statement last month that her office is waiting for the cause of death to come back from the medical examiner while they continue investigating.

“The death of Mikayla Miller is a tragedy and an unimaginable loss for her family and the entire community,” Ryan said in her statement Sunday evening. “We know that everyone mourning her is seeking answers.”

The DA Office has yet to release any new information on Miller case. Which is causing major concerns in the community.

Boston 25 News caught up with DA Ryan on Monday afternoon. She said the Miller case is still very much open but that investigators need more time as they wait for a final ruling from the State Medical Examiner.

LGBTQ+ activist group Violence in Boston Inc Twitter account claims Mikayla Mother revealed her daughter was jumped by a group of kids and then found dead hours later tied up to a tree.

We reached out to the organization to gather more information on Mikayla Miller. We haven’t got a response back as of yet.

Miller was an honor student and athlete who had plans on attending an HBCU after graduating high school. She had her sights on Spelman College and Howard University.


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