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Police hope dental records will identify dead woman who was found in South Austin cemetery

Police hope dental records will identify dead woman who was found in South Austin cemetery

On Saturday morning at 6:40 a.m., police res우리 카지노ponded to an aggravated assault call involving multiple victims at the southside Austin Cemetery, located at the corner of South Seventh Street and Northwest 12th Avenue. According to a police press release, officers located a female who was lying i우리 카지노n her wheelchair in an area near the south entrance of the cemetery. Upon arriving to the area, officers found a woman suffering from multiple stab wounds. She was taken to University Medical Center in Austin. She was later pronounced deceased at 6:51 a.m.

The victim identified by police as 44-year-old Susan J. Johnson was identified on Sunday after a DNA sample taken from the knife matched her blood type and blood type material taken from the body matched the woman identified by police. In addition, the victim was wearing gloves, boots and a white dress shirt. Investigators believe that the victim was stabbed multiple times during the attack, likely the stabbing victim’s hand or wrist. Johnson was transported by ambulance 일산출장마사지to University Medical Center in Austin.

Detectives with the Criminal Investigations Division are following up on additional leads in the case as they develop evidence. Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 817-222-TIPS.

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