November 19, 2014
Shawn D. Miller, the managing director of environmental and social risk management for Citigroup, was found dead in his apartment on Tuesday around 3 p.m.
Miller, who resided in an upscale downtown apartment in New York City near Ground Zero, was discovered in his bathtub by a doorman who worked in the building. The Citigroup banker was found with his throat slashed.
No knife or weapon was recovered at the scene which prompted NYPD to rule out the possibility of suicide.
Citigroup issued a statement saying:
“We are deeply saddened by this news and our thoughts are with Shawn’s family at this time.”
Police are currently trying to determine who other than Miller had access to the residence.
It is currently unknown what led the doorman to enter the apartment where he discovered the body, but what is know is that a one bedroom apartment in the Greenwich Street building is currently priced at over $1,000,000, meaning not just anyone was allowed onto the property.
Miller, 42, a graduate of Syracuse University had been with Citigroup since 2004.
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