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Missing Cando woman found dead after car sunk in coulee

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A missing Cando woman was found dead after a vehicle sunk into a coulee early Friday morning, a press release from the Towner County Sheriff’s Department said.

The 31-year-old woman was reported missing around midnight and the release said her 1992 Chevrolet Caprice was found at 7 a.m. submerged in a coulee 11 miles west of Cando on 56th Avenue Northeast about a quarter-mile north of Highway 17.

The woman’s name will be released once her family is notified.

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Tess covers crime and courts for the Grand Forks Herald. She previously worked for the Associated Press, Lincoln Journal Star, Omaha World-Herald and The Voice News. Reach her at (701) 780-1267, twilliams@gfherald.com or on Twitter @ByTessWilliams.
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