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Published: Monday, February 13, 2012, 1:18 p.m.

Body found at Grand Coulee may be missing woman

GRAND COULEE -- The Grant County sheriff's office says a body uncovered by melting snow in Grand Coulee may be a woman who disappeared last month.
Spokesman Kyle Foreman said the body was found Sunday afternoon by a neighbor near the intersection of Highway 174 and Highway 155.
Foreman said there's no sign of a crime and officials believe they know who the woman is, but the identification will be made later by the county coroner.
A Grand Coulee woman, 43-year-old Jamie Breckenridge, was last seen the night of Jan. 22 at a service station on Highway 174.
Foreman said snow that covered the area has been melting.
Story tags » Missing PersonsGrand Coulee

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