Ambler woman found dead
The body of an Ambler woman was found in a New HDnRvHU fiHOG ODsW :HGnHsday morning, Aug. 29.
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First Assistant District Attorney Kevin R. Steele said investigators had spoken with Marella’s family and FRnfiUPHG sKH KDG nRW bHHn reported as a missing person
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“If anybody has any information on how she got to that location, contact the Montgomery County Detective or the New Hanover police,” Steele said. Detectives may be reached at 610-278-3368 and New Hanover Township police may be reached at 610-327-1150.
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Police were called to a report of an unresSRnsLvH suEMHFW DW WhH IDUP fiHOG Ln WhH 2400 block of Little Road around 10:21 a.m. Aug. 29 after a farmer cutting his grass discovered the body. When police arrived, it was FRnfiUPHG WhDW WhH IHPDOH wDs GHFHDsHG, DnG county detectives were called out to assist with the investigation.
Authorities said Saturday they continue to look for clues to piece together their investigation.
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