Netflix series Unsolved Mysteries has gripped viewers ever since it landed on the streaming platform on July 1, and it continues to do so as a raft of credible tips come in and new information is revealed.
The first episode of the series, 'Mystery On The Rooftop', tells the story of Rey Rivera, who was reported missing under strange circumstances and found dead in an abandoned room in a hotel six days later. The police suspected Rey's death was a suicide, but there was a lack of hard evidence and a number of bizarre factors, like the note he left behind on his computer, that could potentially suggest otherwise.
Adding another layer to the mystery, co-creator and showrunner Terry Dunn Muerer has revealed a new piece of information about the case.
Speaking on the Netflix podcast You Can't Make This Up, she said someone had asked about Rivera's computers after they had been taken to the police station for investigation.
"When Allison went to the police station to pick up Rey’s computer, the detective mentioned someone had called a couple of times and asked to pick up the computers and was very interested in the status of the computers. Alison was very troubled," she said.
On the day of his disappearance, an unknown person also called Rey from work, and Muerer has urged that person to come forward with any information they might have.
"One of the most baffling parts of this case is someone made that phone call to Rey and they’ve never come forward," she added. "We’d love for someone to come forward and tell us what that phone call was about."
Unsolved Mysteries is available to watch on Netflix now.
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