Philly woman identified as body found on side of central Pa. road


The woman who was found dead on the side of a Pennsylvania road on Valentine’s Day has been identified by police as a woman from Philadelphia, reported.

Investigators believe the woman, whose body was found with no obvious signs of trauma on the remote Plainfield Road in Ferguson Township, is 35-year-old Corinne Pena.

An autopsy failed to reveal a cause of death so toxicology tests were ordered, the results of which won’t be available for some time, according toPhillyVoice.

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The case is puzzling for police as Pena showed no signs of walking to the spot where she was found. Investigators reportedly believe she was driven to the remote spot.

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“Pena, who was wearing just gray sweatpants and a thermal shirt when she was found, remained unidentified for a few days,” reported. “Investigators released several photos of her distinctive tattoos and a wedding band, which helped them identify her. Pena married a woman from Lancaster last May, according to her Facebook page.”

If you have any information regarding this incident you are encouraged to call Ferguson police at (800) 479-0050.

Matt Lee is a web producer for Metro New York. He writes about almost everything and anything. Talk to him (or yell at him) on Twitter so he doesn’t feel lonely@mattlee2669.

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