Police use DNA testing to identify woman found dead on Maine road
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CHERRYFIELD, Maine (AP) — Maine State Police are using DNA testing as part of their efforts to identify a female homicide victim whose body was found on a road in Cherryfield.
An autopsy has been completed as of Thursday, but the cause of death has not been released. WABI-TV reports police have received several calls regarding the woman's death. The body was found Wednesday.
Detectives are seeking additional information from people who drove by a crash site that they say is connected to the victim.
The car has been transported by state police to Augusta for analysis.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police.