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Body found in Lenawee Co. identified as missing woman

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Investigators have identified a body found Friday in Lenawee County as Catherine Sackrider.

Police confirm dental records from the body are a match. Sackrider was last seen leaving her daughter's Sylvania Township home last month.

Her body was found near an abandoned barn in Palmyra Township Friday.

Lenawee County Sheriff Jack Welsh told us there were signs of foul play.

We're told an autopsy did not determine Sackrider's cause of death.

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