21-year-old Cleveland woman Ashley Leszyeski died from sharp injuries to head, neck

CLEVELAND - The cause of death for a Cleveland mother of two found on East 93rd Street has been determined.

The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's Office said 21-year-old Ashley Leszyeski died from multiple sharp, force injuries to the head neck and extremities. Her death was ruled a homicide.

Leszyeski was last seen on May 3. According to a police report, she was missing a hand and her face appeared to be burned.

Leszyeski's body was discovered on May 28 in a vacant lot in the same area where Jasmine Trotter, 20, and Christine Malone, 45, were also found dead.

No one is in custody for any of three murders. Police have not said they're connected.

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