Connecticut woman found dead in car in Massachusetts
NEW HAVEN (AP) — A Connecticut woman has been found dead in Massachusetts under suspicious circumstances.
The New Haven Register reports 40-year-old Tamika Jones, of New Haven, was found dead Tuesday in a car in Fitchburg. The central Massachusetts city is about 125 miles away from New Haven.
Fitchburg Police say officers found Jones' body while responding to a report of an unresponsive person inside a car at around 1 p.m.
Authorities have not disclosed details about the death other than to say they're treating it as suspicious.
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