Nadia Malik, 22, was found dead Feb. 20 in a car outside 30th Street Station. Credit: Provided
The brother of a woman who was found dead in a car that had been left outside 30th Street Station said police found no signs of foul play in the car, but did recover several empty prescription bottles.
Khaled Malik, the brother of Nadia Malik, 22, a mother of two who was found dead on Feb. 20, said his family believes Malik's ex-boyfriend, Bhupinder Singh, was involved in her death.
According to Malik, Singh had sent dozens of text messages to the family since Malik went missing Feb. 9 insisting that she was fine.
Singh, 25, who was arrested in Ohio at his family's home and extradited to Delaware County, also had the keys to the Nissan Altima in which Nadia was found, according to her brother, and no other keys to the car existed.
Malik also said that six prescription pill bottles were found in the car, three of them empty.
Nadia and Singh were the parents of two children.
Singh, a former CVS pharmacy assistant, was last seen Feb. 9 driving the black 2001 Nissan Altima in Upper Darby.
That same car was reportedly left parked on 23rd Street on Feb. 9, was ticketed and then towed by the PPA to outside 30th Street Station, all without anyone noticing the body inside.
The car reportedly had tinted windows.
Malik's body was found in the front passenger seat.