'I'm trying to cope with it,' best friend of Edmond teen found dead in disbelief
EDMOND, Okla. (KFOR) - There are still no answers in an Edmond teen's death.
Police are calling the death of 19-year-old Kyli Molloy suspicious.
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An employee at her apartment complex found her body Wednesday and called police.
Investigators said they are waiting on a report from the medical examiner to find out what happened.
The ME's office said the cause and manner of Molloy's death are still pending.
Police are also waiting on the toxicology report.
So many questions are unanswered, and that is making the grieving process even more difficult for family and close friends.
"I lost my best friend," said Jackie Buckley.
Buckley has not stopped crying since getting a gut wrenching message from a friend.
"She's like have you heard? And, I was like heard what? And, she's like it's on NewsChannel 4 and it's Kyli. And, I was like what are you talking about? And, she was like they found her dead. And, I didn't want to believe it," Buckley said, as tears rolled down her face.
The shock of losing her best friend is unbearable.
"I'm trying to cope with it. The more I try to ignore it, it just eats me up and I just break down," she said.
Molloy and Buckley had been close since the age of 5.
The two spent time together just days before Molloy's death.
"She seemed fine. She seemed happy. She was laughing. She was smiling, just being normal Kyli," Buckley said.
The night before the tragedy, they exchanged text messages.
"She was talking about this new i-Phone she got," Buckley said.
It was a final conversation with so much left unsaid.
"I value our friendship so much, and I valued the time, all the memories we had. We had so much fun memories, and I just love you," are the words Buckley wishes she could tell her friend today.
Buckley told NewsChannel 4 Molloy lived alone and was not in a relationship.
She said Molloy was not a drug user and seemed healthy.
Buckley said Molloy's last post to social media was around 6 the morning she was killed.
Police are still interviewing people who last had contact with her.