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Crime Female body found near entrance to wastewater plant

17:20  12 november  2019
17:20  12 november  2019 Source:   wcvb.com

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Authorities in Massachusetts are investigating the mysterious death of a woman whose body was discovered near a sewage treatment plant . The woman, who is white and believed to be in her 20s, was found dead early Monday morning near the entrance to the wastewater treatment plant in the

A woman’s body was found near the entrance of an Athol wastewater treatment plant Monday morning, and investigators believe her death was “criminal in nature,” prosecutors said. “The deceased body of a female was found near the entrance to the Athol wastewater treatment [p]lant

Authorities said the discovery of a female body near the entrance to a Massachusetts wastewater treatment plant in Athol was being considered criminal in nature.

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The body of the woman, identified only as a white woman in her 20s, was found near the entrance to the Athol wastewater treatment plant on Jones Street in Athol early Monday morning.

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Local police joined state troopers assigned to the District Attorney’s Office to jointly investigate the death.

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The discovery of a woman’s body near the entrance to the Athol wastewater treatment plant is under investigation by authorities. The woman’s body was found early Monday near the treatment plant on Jones Street. Authorities from the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office said the woman’s death is

The discovery of a woman’s body near the entrance to the Athol wastewater treatment plant is under investigation by authorities. The woman’s body was found early Monday near the treatment plant on Jones Street. Authorities from the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office said the woman’s death is

Cameras showed numerous investigators searching the home of the victim late Monday night.

"The official cause of death will be determined by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office," authorities said.

No additional information was immediately released.

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