Detroit police removed 63 fetuses Friday from a Detroit funeral home, as state inspectors the facility is under investigation for allegations of mishandling remains and fraud.

Police raided Perry's Funeral Home on Trumbull Ave. Friday afternoon and found 36 fetuses in boxes and an additional 27 fetuses in freezers there, Detroit police chief James Craig said.

"I'm stunned," Craig said. God help those families. "

The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs announced it had been suspended by Perry Funeral Home and its director, Gary Deak.

The decision to close the Friday, October 19, 2009 Detroit police execute a search warrant at Perry's Funeral Home in Detroit Friday afternoon, October 19 , 2018. “We served a warrant there,” Detroit Police Chief James Craig said. “We’re looking for evidence of improper disposal of remains or any other improprieties.”” width=”540″ data-mycapture-src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2018/10/19/PDTN/de876786-754e-4ffc-bc06-2d819b618815-2018-1019-jg-Perry-007.jpg” data-mycapture-sm-src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2018/10/19/PDTN/de876786-754e-4ffc-bc06-2d819b618815-2018-1019-jg-Perry-007.jpg?width=500&height=332″/>

Detroit Police execute a search warrant at Perry's Funeral Home in Detroit Friday afternoon, October 19, 2018. "We served a warrant there," Detroit Police Chief James Craig said. [Photo: John T. Greilick, Detroit News]