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Body Found near City of Rocks

(KLIX)-The Cassia County Sheriffs say skeletal remains where found at the City of Rocks over the Weekend. According to the sheriff’s office they believe it may be the body of Norine Boyd of Minidoka County who went missing in 1988. Investigators are running DNA and dental tests to make a positive identification of the the body. The body was found on October 12th and recovered on the 13th. We’ll have more information as it becomes available. According to a Deseret News article Boyd went missing on December 20th 1988. She was last seen in Rupert. Boyd was the mother of 3 boys. Her vehicle had been found three months later near the Twin Sisters rock formation.

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