Another body part belonging to Sade Robinson, who was allegedly murdered by a White man she went on a date with, was found 50 miles from her hometown.

On May 11, Robinson’s arm was found by a stranger, who was walking on the shore of Waukegan Municipal Beach, which is 50 miles away from the victim’s hometown, NBC News reported. The Lake County Coroner’s Office shared with the news outlet that DNA was used to determine the missing limb indeed belonged to Robinson.

“On behalf of the Lake County Coroner’s Office, I want to express our sincere condolences to Sade’s family and friends who continue to endure this tragic loss,” Coroner Jennifer Banek said in a statement.

Attorney Verona Swanigan, the lawyer the family hired, shared that Robinson’s mother Sheena Scarbrough continues to suffer emotionally as she’s “devastated and feels like her heart is being cut out as she is constantly tortured with this accumulating news of her daughter’s heinous murder.”

“Sheena Scarbrough cannot help but wonder at what ends of the earth her daughter’s head and the remainder of her body may be if her arm traveled all the way to Waukegan, IL.,” Swanigan added.

As Blavity reported, Robinson met the suspected murderer Maxwell Anderson on their first date at Twisted Fisherman, a seafood restaurant, on the evening of April 1. Their meet-up was the last time she was seen in public and her family hadn’t heard from her since. The next day, Robinson’s car was found followed eventually by her body parts, including her torso and right leg, across various locations in Milwaukee, according to NBC News.

Police found evidence connecting Anderson to the disappearance and dismembering of Robinson after searching his home. The 33-year-old was arrested and charged with intentional homicide, mutilating a corpse and arson of property other than a building. He pleaded not guilty to all charges and is held on a $5 million bond.

Swanigan said the Robinson family is distressed and won’t feel better until Anderson admits his actions and justice is served.

“I want my daughter’s remains! Sade should not have to spend eternity lost because of Anderson’s evil agenda,” Scarbrough said via her lawyer. “I have in anxious torment waited 79 days without being able to see my child or know her whereabouts. I pray law enforcement, or his family will finally get him to talk and set me free from this stabbing pain of not knowing what happened to my daughter or where her remains are located.”