On Law & Order: SVU Season 23 Episode 7, the SVU team makes a horrific discovery while trying to find two sex workers who have been reported missing.

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Law & Order: SVU Season 23 Episode 7 revolves around a horrific set of crimes against women that nobody knew were missing.

When a working girl named Tonya leaves a desperate message for her sister, Daria goes to SVU. The team quickly finds out that several other working girls have been reported missing but the detective on duty didn't bother to investigate and in fact barely considered them human beings.

The team soon zeroes in on Country, a restaurant owner who drove several of the victims to "dates" in an abandoned location. Country keeps insisting he is innocent. Meanwhile, a little boy tells Rollins and Valesco that a "vampire" lives in the building that Country took Tonya too. They go inside and make the horrific discovery that over a dozen women have been murdered and mummified.

The ME has identified a few of the victims, and it turns out that Country was in jail when they disappeared so it wasn't him. Benson and Rollins talk to one of the victim's mothers. Meredith left behind a little boy who is Autistic. The child recites the license number and describes a truck that the killer had.

To find out what happens, watch Law & Order: SVU Season 23 Episode 7.

Episode Details

On Law & Order: SVU Season 23 Episode 7, when a teenage sex worker disappears, Rollins and Velasco find a clue in a pile of neglected missing persons' reports.

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Law & Order: SVU Season 23 Episode 7 Quotes

Desk Sergeant: I'm not supposed to tell you this, but my detective's gone for the night.
Rollins: Of course.
Velasco: But there's still three girls missing.
Sergeant: She said to give you this. A bunch of missing persons reports.
Rollins: Marked NHI?
Sergeant: No humans involved.

Fin: How's McGrath behaving?
Benson: He's being respectful... for now. At least I don't have to run every one of my cases by him.
Fin: I wonder how long that will last.