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State Police Continue To Ask For Public's Assistance With Two Unsolved Homicides
Updated June 14, 2016 7:07 AM | Filed under: Crime
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(JASPER) - Detectives with the Indiana State Police continue to ask for the public's assistance with an investigation into the death and recovery of two bodies found last month in the Ohio River.

On May 11, the body of 30-year-old Sarah Lindsay Ipock was found in the Ohio River along the Indiana shore just west of Troy in Perry County. A mere six hours later, a second body was found further west, along the Kentucky shoreline near Owensboro, KY. Autopsies conducted on both Ipock and the unidentified male concluded that both individuals were murdered.

Detectives have learned that Ipock was last seen on May 4, 2016, at the Dairy Queen along Veterans Parkway in Clarksville, Indiana.

Tips and information have been called into the Indiana State Police, as well as with Kentucky law enforcement officials; however, police need more information. Investigators are asking for any information about Ipock, not only related to this case, but simply related to her. Having information regarding whom she associated with, places she frequented, or activities she participated in might be enough to lead detectives to not only find her killer, but possibly help in naming the still unidentified male as well.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Jasper Post of the Indiana State Police by calling (812) 482-1441.

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