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Police Seek Public Help In Murder Investigation

Last updated on Saturday, October 6, 2007

(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indianapolis metro homicide investigators are looking into the city’s latest murder.

IMPD Seargent Paul Thompsom says police got a call of a body dumped out of a car around 4-o'clock this morning. Thompson says the woman looks to be in her 40's, and had suffered blunt force trauma or a gunshot or stab wound.

Detectives are looking for a red 2 door sports car with shiny wheels, occupied by a black male--about 5'9" tall.

Anyone with information is asked to contact local law enforcement agency, or Crimestoppers at (812) 262-TIPS.

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