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Troopers Investigating Young Woman's Death


July 09, 2015
Thursday PM


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(SitNews) Ketchikan, Alaska- Alaska State Troopers are seeking information in the death of a young Ketchikan woman whose body was found floating in the Tongass Narrows early Thursday morning.

Next of kin were notified and the woman was identified as Angeline Tanya Dundas, 34, a life-long resident of Ketchikan.

Alaska State Troopers received the report of a body floating in the Tongass Narrows about one quarter mile from the United States Coast Guard Base at approximately 1:00 AM Thursday.

Troopers, with the help of the United States Coast Guard, recovered her body.

No information was released concerning how long Dundas may have been missing. Known as Angie, she is survived by a young daughter and many family members and friends.

The Alaska State Medical Examiner has been contacted and an autopsy will be performed to determine her cause of death.

According to a press release, troopers are conducting a death investigation and are asking that anyone with information regarding this case to contact the Alaska State Troopers at 907-225-5118.

There was no mention of suspicion of foul play.




Source of News:

Alaska Department of Public Safety


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