(Boston Herald) Worcester Police Chief Gary J. Gemme — bleeding $10,000 a day in detail costs to protect the funeral home holding accused terrorist Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s body and out of prospects to find a burial plot — today issued a desperate plea to state and federal officials to bail his city out of the macabre melodrama.

“I am publicly appealing to those with authority to provide a burial site to do so and do so quickly,” Gemme said outside the Graham Putnam & Mahoney Funeral Parlors today.

“While finding a burial site for the deceased is a family matter, current costs associated with maintaining public safety for the funeral parlor has forced the Worcester Police Department into the unwanted position of having to assist the family with locating a burial site.

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