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CrimeWoman found dead in front of home -- no suspects named

19:35  26 july  2019
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Unidentified woman found dead in creek near Salina in 1986 exhumed

Unidentified woman found dead in creek near Salina in 1986 exhumed Authorities have exhumed a woman's remains that were found more than 30 years ago in a shallow creek near Salina. The Saline County sheriff's office says in a Facebook post that the reason for unearthing her remains Monday was to obtain a DNA sample that might help law enforcement identify her. The woman, who has been nicknamed "Miss Molly," was found face down in January 1986 in Mulberry Creek near Interstate 70. KAKE-TV reports that the woman sustained injuries consistent with being beaten on the right side of her head and was either tossed or pushed over the bridge railing and fell 30 feet into the shallow creek where she drowned.

Denver police name suspect being held in death … Share this Officers were unable to locate a victim at first, but after Bivins walked into the District 2 police station and spoke with police, officers returned to the neighborhood and broke down the door of a home to find the body of a woman inside.

An Australian woman working for the United Nations has allegedly been murdered in Fiji. The body of Jennifer Downes, a mother-of-three, was located at a property in Suva on Tuesday. Local media FBC News reported the husband is believed to have fallen from a balcony in a suspected attempted suicide.

Police are looking for the person who shot and killed a 64-year-old woman in Cumberland County.

The victim has been identified as Linda Brandt.

North Middleton Township police said Brandt was found dead on Monday, laying in front of her house on the 400 block of Pleasant Hall Road.

Police have released few details about the case, but said in a statement:

“From all indications, we believe that Brandt was targeted and this was not a random act.”

Philly Home Invaders Chased Off By Hockey Stick-Wielding Person

Philly Home Invaders Chased Off By Hockey Stick-Wielding Person Police said two home invasion suspects were chased out of a North Philadelphia home by a person wielding a hockey stick recently.

A woman and man were found dead in a Stony Plain home Tuesday following a 911 call from someone who came across the scene. In a news release issued Wednesday, the RCMP said officers from the force’s Parkland and Edmonton serious crime units responded to the call and confirmed the

Parkland County RCMP have deemed the death of a woman in a home as a homicide after police STONY PLAIN – RCMP are investigating the death of a woman west of Edmonton as a homicide. They said no charges will be laid and no suspects are being sought. The names of the two people

If you have any information that could help investigators, you can call police at 717-243-7910.

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Two Canadian teens who police said were missing last week are now considered to be suspects in the shooting deaths of a young American woman and her Australian boyfriend as well as the death of an unknown man. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, are considered dangerous and members of the public should not approach them, authorities said.

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