(BROWN CO.) – The Brown County Coroner’s Office has identified a homicide victim.
The coroner says the victim is 38-year-old Angela Weisheit, of Indianapolis.
Weisheit’s body was discovered on Saturday, November 21st after the Brown County Sheriff’s Department received a 911 call reporting a body found near Bean Blossom Road and Bell Road.
At approximately 12:30 p.m., the Indiana State Police Bloomington Post was asked by the Brown County Sheriff’s Department to assist in investigating the homicide investigation.
Detectives do believe this is an isolated incident.
Indiana State Police and the Brown County Sheriff’s Office strongly believe someone has information regarding this case and urge anyone with that information to come forward. If a person or persons are in fear of reporting what they know, law enforcement has the means to mitigate those concerns.
If you have information contact Indiana State Police Bloomington Post Master Trooper Detective Tim Cummins or First Sergeant Paul Suding at 812-332-4411. This is an active investigation and all tips will be investigated and can remain anonymous.
Assisting in the investigation are the Brown County Sheriff’s Department, and the Brown County Coroner’s Office.