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Police need help identifying woman found in river

This sketch shows a woman pulled from the Spokane River on Jan. 10, 2014. The Spokane County Medical Examiner's Office is looking for help identifying her.  (Spokane County Medical Examiners Office)
This sketch shows a woman pulled from the Spokane River on Jan. 10, 2014. The Spokane County Medical Examiner's Office is looking for help identifying her. (Spokane County Medical Examiners Office)
The Spokane County Medical Examiners Office needs help identifying a woman pulled from the Spokane River on Jan. 10. The body was discovered upstream of the Argonne Road bridge by people in a boat. The woman is described as five feet one inch tall, weighing 144 pounds with dark brown, nearly black hair with some gray. She is believed to be in her 40’s. When she was found she was wearing a green button up sweater, black sweatpants with a red waistband, a beige bra and striped, multi-colored underwear. She was not wearing any jewelry. Anyone with information on her identity is asked to call the Medical Examiner’s Office at (509) 477-2296.
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