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Police Investigating Forrest City Murder

FORREST CITY, AR (KAIT) – Forest City Police are investigating the murder of 58 year-old Theophis Ivory.

According to the police report, Ivory was found dead in an apartment with an apparent neck wound. 

The State Medical Examiner's office is performing an autopsy to determine Ivory's exact cause of death.

No other details are being released.

If you know anything about this case, police are asking that you call them at 870-633-3434

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