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Autopsy Complete on Slain Mountain Home Doctor

June 22, 2006 -- Posted at 9:14 p.m. CDT

MOUNTAIN HOME, AR -- A preliminary autopsy report shows that a Mountain Home doctor found slain in his home had been stabbed multiple times.

Police have not indicated they have a suspect in the death of Doctor David Millstein but investigators have served a search warrant at an undisclosed location.

Millstein was found dead Sunday night.

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