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Police Identify Body Pulled Out of the Detroit River, Sunday Morning

Tuesday May 22nd, 2012, 5:06pm


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Windsor police have identified the name of the deceased female who was found in the Detroit River at the foot of Caron Avenue early Sunday morning.

The female has been identified as 59-year-old Patricia Morencie who resided alone in the downtown area of Windsor. Police described her as a white female in her late 50’s. She had short grey/blonde hair and a small build, 5’1” tall and approximately 130 lbs. She was wearing a pink shirt over a black tank top, blue pants and black and white running shoes.

Police say that the death investigation is continuing and it can be classified as suspicious. An autopsy has been completed but results are not being released to the public at this time.

Windsor Police investigators are requesting the public’s help in tracking the deceased’s whereabouts and activities during the time leading up to her death.

Detectives request anyone who may have observed or had contact with the victim on Saturday May 19, 2012 in the afternoon and evening hours and early Sunday morning to contact the Investigative Branch at (519) 255-6700 ext 4830 or Crimestoppers.

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