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Body Found In SD Culvert; Foul Play Suspected

June 19, 2014, 6:44 AM

Body Found In SD Culvert; Foul Play Suspected
RAPID CITY, SD -

Foul play is suspected in the death of an unidentified woman whose body was found face down in a watery culvert near Interstate 90 in southwest South Dakota.

Jackson County Sheriff Ray Clements said a traveler discovered the woman's body around 6 p.m. Tuesday after pulling off the highway. The man parked a short distance down a service road and was walking along the ditch when he saw human feet in the culvert's opening.

Clements says the woman appears to be a white female in her mid-40s. No identifying information was found. The body was sent to Sioux Falls for an autopsy.

Clements says the body may have only been in the culvert for a few days.

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