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Death Of Female In Mitchell Ruled Suspicious

Death Of Female In Mitchell Ruled Suspicious

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On Monday night at approximately 11:34 p.m., the Mitchell Department of Public Safety received a report of a deceased 49-year old female at 615 S. Main Apartment #3 in Mitchell.  The deceased female was identified as being Janie Sue McDougal who lived at that address.   An autopsy was conducted on Janie McDougal’s body on Tuesday.  The death was ruled suspicious.

The Mitchell Police Division is asking for any information regarding people coming or going from this apartment or any activity at this apartment on 09-01-2014.  Anybody with information regarding the death of Janie McDougal can contact the Mitchell Police Division at 605 995-8400 or Mitchell Area Crime Stoppers Inc. at 605 996-1700.  In order to send a crime tip via text message, download the free app “Tipsubmit” on your smart phone and select Mitchell Area Crime Stoppers or text MITCS plus your message to 274637.  You can also go to www.mitchellcrimestoppers.org to submit a crime tip by email.

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