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C-burg Police investigating suspicious death

CHRISTIANSBURG – Christiansburg Police Department is investigating the murder of a woman found unresponsive in her home Sunday.
According to Police Chief Mark A. Sisson, an autopsy determined the preliminary cause of death for Ann G. King, 50, of Cumberland Drive to be asphyxiation and blunt force trauma.
“We are now considering this to be a homicide and will be investigating it as such,” Sisson said. “We have and will continue to follow each lead that is relayed to our agency and encourage any citizen with information to contact” the Christiansburg department at 540-382-3131.
Police received a 911 call around 7:12 a.m. Sunday reporting an unresponsive female. Upon arrival at the Cumberland Drive residence, authorities located the body of a white female, later identified as King.
“Please be assured that we will continue to work diligently to solve this case and that we have no information to believe that our citizens are in danger,” said Sisson.

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C-burg Police investigating suspicious death

CHRISTIANSBURG – Christiansburg Police Department is investigating the murder of a woman found unresponsive in her home Sunday.
According to Police Chief Mark A. Sisson, an autopsy determined the preliminary cause of death for Ann G. King, 50, of Cumberland Drive to be asphyxiation and blunt force trauma.
“We are now considering this to be a homicide and will be investigating it as such,” Sisson said. “We have and will continue to follow each lead that is relayed to our agency and encourage any citizen with information to contact” the Christiansburg department at 540-382-3131.
Police received a 911 call around 7:12 a.m. Sunday reporting an unresponsive female. Upon arrival at the Cumberland Drive residence, authorities located the body of a white female, later identified as King.
“Please be assured that we will continue to work diligently to solve this case and that we have no information to believe that our citizens are in danger,” said Sisson.

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