Woman’s body found outside Bellevue hotel

There was no obvious sign of trauma.

Associated Press

BELLEVUE — Police say a woman’s body was found outside a Bellevue hotel.

The Bellevue Police Department said a maintenance worker found the body near a sliding glass door of an unoccupied room at the Hilton Bellevue Hotel on Sunday.

KOMO-TV reported there was no obvious sign of trauma.

The woman was in her mid-20s. Police say she was not a guest at the hotel.

The Medical Examiner has yet to release the cause of death.

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