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Remains of Alabama woman believed found near Jacksonville

Posted By on Mon, Aug 21, 2017 at 4:13 PM

The State Police say remains found north of Jacksonville Sunday may be those of a missing 23-year-old Alabama woman. A Jacksonville man is being questioned, Mitch McCoy of KARK reports.

The woman's car was found Sunday near Pinnacle Mountain State Park west of Little Rock.

McCoy, quoting a source, says the body was found in a suitcase in Lake Pickthorne.

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