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NASHUA

Body found in car identified as missing N.H. woman

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Nashua police say a body found in a car in an area of heavy vegetation has been identified as that of a woman who had been missing for more than two weeks. On Monday, police said an autopsy done Sunday confirmed that the woman in the car was Sarah McCormack, 29, of Nashua, who was last seen June 26. Police received a report Saturday afternoon of a car on its roof off Temple Street and said the car was registered to McCormack. The cause and manner of her death have not been determined, police said Monday.

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