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CrimeSheriff: DNA may show if exhumed body in Central Kansas is Belgium woman

21:05  01 august  2019
21:05  01 august  2019 Source:   kmbc.com

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- Authorities in Kansas say a body exhumed this week could be that of a woman missing from Belgium . Saline County Sheriff Roger Soldan said Tuesday DNA will The woman , referred to as "Miss Molly," was buried 33 years ago after her body was found in January 1986 in a creek near Salina.

(AP) — Authorities in Kansas say a body exhumed this week could be that of a woman missing from Belgium . Saline County Sheriff Roger Soldan He says Interpol in Europe has DNA from the missing Belgium woman , but Kansas authorities didn’t have DNA to try for a match until the exhumation .

Authorities in Kansas say a body exhumed this week could be that of a woman missing from Belgium.

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Saline County Sheriff Roger Soldan said Tuesday DNA will determine the identity of a body exhumed from Gypsum Hill Cemetery.

The woman, referred to as "Miss Molly," was buried 33 years ago after her body was found in January 1986 in a creek near Salina.

Soldan told The Topeka Capital-Journal the death was investigated as a homicide because the woman was beaten and thrown off a bridge into the creek.

He says Interpol in Europe has DNA from the missing Belgium woman, but Kansas authorities didn't have DNA to try for a match until the exhumation.

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Authorities in Kansas are attempting to identify "Miss Molly" through DNA . Her body was found in 1986. On Monday, the Saline County Sheriff 's Department confirmed that it had exhumed the remains of a woman nicknamed "Miss Molly" from the Gypsum Hill Cemetery to take advantage of

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Soldan says DNA tests could take six to eight months.

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