SEATAC, Wash. — A second body has been found in a suitcase, this time in the city of SeaTac, but investigators say there is no connection between it and a body found in a suitcase in Kent. The suitcase containing the body was found next to a dumpster at the Abbey Ridge Apartments at South 204th Street and 30th Avenue South by a worker at 8:30 a.m. on Monday. Investigators say the body is decomposed and they cannot tell if it is a man or a woman. Investigators are checking missing persons reports in SeaTac. In another incident in May, an unidentified woman was found crammed into a suitcase and dumped along the Green River. It brought back memories of Gary Ridgway’s killing spree that claimed 48 lives over several years. There have been no connections made between the current suitcase investigations and Ridgway cases. The medical examiner’s office said the woman in the first suitcase incident is believed to be white, 50 to 60 years old with a small build, about 5 feet 4 inches tall and 106 pounds. Her shoulder-length hair is black with gray streaks. She was wearing sleeping-type clothes -- a purple, short sleeve shirt with flowers and an adult diaper. Follow this link to read more about the woman found in a suitcase along the Green River.