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Wednesday, January 23, 2008

MO investigators trying again with Wright City torso murder

Wright The case goes back to 2004, when a woman's torso was found at a rest area in Wright City, Mo. The torso is all police have to go on -- her head, arms and legs are all missing. They think the victim might have been in her 20s, but they don't know her name. The area's Major Case Squad is taking another look at the case to see if they can shake anything loose, the Post-Dispatch reports.

Photo of coroner Roger Mauzy, looking down at the spot where the victim was found. Via AP.


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