PARIS, TX-- Paris Police are ruling out murder in the death of a young woman whose body was found behind a Paris feed mill last week.
Chief Bob Hundley says preliminary autopsy results and a two day police investigation determined that 18 year old Heather Rose's injuries are not consistent with an assault, but are consistent with a jump or fall from a substantial height.
Hundley says Rose was not shot, was fully clothed when her body was found and that her death is not being investigated as a homicide.
Police are waiting on toxicology results, which will give them a complete autopsy report.
Funeral services for Rose were held Wednesday in Paris.
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