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The Mystery: 21-year-old Andrea Flenoury's body was found submerged in the river along the Ohio & Erie Canal towpath, wrapped in chains. Her murder may be linked to the April 2005 death of Donna Pittinger, whose body was found floating in the Tuscarawas. Send tips to Ashtabula County detectives: 330-675-7890. The Disappearance of Tonia Aldrich Crime Scene: Elyria, March 29, 1997. An autopsy found that Marilyn was pregnant at the time she died.
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