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Region 8 Murder Remains Unsolved

It's been almost 5 years since the murder of a Region 8 woman and police say they still have no leads.

20 year old Amanda Tusing of Dell was murdered June 14th 2000.

Her body was found in the Big Bay ditch.

Investigators say there were no signs of a struggle in the Tusing murder.

Anyone with information about the murder should contact the police at 870-933-4551.

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