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DNA Tests To Be Done On Skeletal Remains

BRAY, Okla. (AP) Investigators hope DNA testing will help them determine if remains found near a rural pond are those of a missing Lindsay woman.

Jessica Brown of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says the process could take months to complete but may be the only way to identify human bones several fishermen found near Bray on Sunday.

Brown says authorities won't know until DNA is compared with samples from the family of 46-year-old Rose Bagley, who was last was seen May 23rd at Newberry's Express Pharmacy in Marlow.

Her family contacted police after they hadn't received a call from her in several days and she hadn't picked up her Social Security check.

Police believe foul play may be involved.
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