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Body found in Columbia River is missing woman

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WOODLAND — The Cowlitz County coroner says a body found recently in the Columbia River near Woodland is that of a St. Helens, Oregon, woman missing since January 2013.
The Daily News of Longview reported the coroner used dental records to identify the body of Lynn Paan-Saephan, 29, who disappeared from a residential mental health home. At the time, officials said she was “at risk” because she had a recent history of mental illness and might have been delusional.
The cause of death was drowning. Coroner Tim Davidson says the autopsy did not find signs of trauma or violence.
Story tags » Missing PersonsWoodland

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