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BREAKING: Body found at Mullan Hill Terrace mobile home park

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Body found at Mullan Hill Terrace mobile home park at 8900 S Mullen Hill Rd. in Spokane Body found at Mullan Hill Terrace mobile home park at 8900 S Mullen Hill Rd. in Spokane

SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash.- The Spokane County Sheriff's office is investigating the discovery of a dead woman, whose body was found on the porch of a mobile home in the 8900 block of South Mullen Hill. That area is south of Spokane, just off Highway 195.

A neighbor called 911 just before 12:30pm Friday after seeing the woman on the porch of a blue home across the street. Deputies say the dead woman has marks on her body and they are treating this like a suspicious death.

They would not tell us much more than that, though they did say the discovery of this body is unrelated to the body found Thursday in Spokane Valley.

Major Crimes detectives will be handling the investigation. The woman’s identity will be released by the Spokane County Medical Examiner after an autopsy


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