OSBI investigating homicide near Greenfield

Team Radio Marketing Group - January 5, 2017 10:15 am

The Blaine County Sheriff’s Office has requested OSBI investigative assistance with a homicide near Greenfield.

The department received a 911 call Wednesday afternoon reporting a body was found in a field near the intersection of county roads 890 and 2560, three miles west of Greenfield.

Deputies responded to that area and found a body of a female that had been partially burned. The medical examiner’s office will likely use dental records to make a positive identification of the body. Investigators believe they know who the victim is but need confirmation before that information is released. The medical examiner’s office will also determine how the woman was killed.

OSBI special agents worked during the night serving several search warrants and following leads. Special agents are out again this morning working the case. No arrest has been made.


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