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Body in trunk is a woman's

COTTON COUNTY, Okla._Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported Sunday the body that was discovered last week in the trunk of a car on I-44, was a woman.

Based on information we received from the Medical Examiner’s office, we reported Friday the body was that of 25-year-old Vance Easley. That information was incorrect, and belonged to a similar case that happened the same day in Shawnee.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol said Sunday they are positive the body is that of a woman, and they are still working with the Medical Examiner to determine an identity and cause of death.

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