New video: Sade Robinson's car leaving Maxwell Anderson's house the night of her murder

New video: Sade Robinson’s car leaving Maxwell Anderson’s house the night of her murder

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- New video shows Sade Robinson's car leaving Maxwell Anderson's house the night investigators say he killed her. They say the car went to Warnimont Park next, and that Anderson killed Robinson sometime between when they arrived at his house and when he left the park.

The home security video shows Robinson's car heading south down the alley that leads away from Anderson's garage.

The video is timestamped at 12:47 a.m. in the early morning hours of April 2, roughly three hours after Anderson and Robinson had arrived at his home.

In the video, the car turns west. From there, investigators say Anderson went to Warnimont Park and locations in Milwaukee to dispose of her body parts, according to cell phone data and more surveillance video.

They believe Anderson killed Robinson sometime between arriving at his house and leaving Warnimont Park.

More body parts were found early Thursday morning, when someone walking along a beach in South Milwaukee discovered Robinson's torso and arm had washed ashore.

Angela Buchanan lives nearby. She said, "I can't imagine what Sade's family is going through, nobody will ever be able to understand you can't ever relate to that, but just knowing that this happened so close to home is such a hard thing."

It's the fifth location where Robinson's body parts or remains have been found.

The torso and arm were found several miles south of where Robinson's leg was first found on the beach near Warnimont Park.

Memorial flowers were left at the gate Anderson crashed through the night of the murder. Sade's name had been spray painted in the sand by supporters.

But more body parts are still missing.

Buchanan told us, "I do hope that they're able to find the rest of her remains, just so that the family can have a proper burial for her, and they can have some closure, but it doesn't make it any easier when people all over Milwaukee are finding those parts."

Maxwell Anderson's neighborhood was relatively quiet Thursday. After two days of supporters flooding his home with pink, a few individual mourners came and went throughout the day to pay their respects.

Also Thursday, Anderson's family broke its silence.

Through Maxwell Anderson's defense attorney, his father Steven issued a statement on behalf of his family that said in part, "I would like to express our deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to the family and loved ones of Sade Robinson. We are shocked and devasted by her senseless death."

The statement did not mention Maxwell Anderson, or the charges he faces.

The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office said the search for evidence is ongoing. Even before the arm and torso were found Thursday, they had contracted a sonar boat to search Lake Michigan. That boat will head out Friday.

Also Friday evening, Robinson's family will hold a public vigil for Sade at Kilbourn Reservoir Park starting at 6 p.m.

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