Hundreds of Homeless People Vanish In Salt Lake City After Police Operation

Police say that the whereabouts of several hundred homeless people are unknown and residents of the city are concerned

  Police say that they do not know where hundreds of homeless people that used to congregate on the streets near a local shelter disappeared to following a local operation.

Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown told the press that he has checked all of the local encampments along the river banks and all the parks but is still perplexed how over 200 homeless people just vanished. Now some locals fear the worst and want answers.

All of this raises questions after a homeless man from Houston who survived Hurricane Harvey told a reporter that two local shelters were “killing everybody.”

“Salvation Army and Russian Winds homeless shelter where they were accepting people were caught killing everybody that was in there,” the man told NBC.