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Authorities from the Indiana State Police are asking for the public’s assistance after revealing the identity of the woman found last week in the Ohio River near Troy. According to a release of information on Friday after 9pm Indiana State Police officials have identified the woman’s body as 30 year-old Sarah Lindsay Ipock; her body was found Wednesday morning of last week.

Investigations are still underway regarding the death of Ipock as the autopsy conducted on Friday evening in Evansville revealed Ipock died of causes related to foul play. The investigation is being approached as a homicide.

Authorities also say they are working with Kentucky officials to identify the body of a man found within hours of finding Ipock’s body. The man’s body was found at a short distance in the Ohio River near the William H. Natcher Bridge east of Owensboro.

Based on the circumstances, detectives are observing the deaths of the two individuals to have a potential connection with the possibility of being acquainted.

Authorities are asking the public to call the Jasper Post of the Indiana State Police if they knew Sarah Lindsay Ipock or specifically knew her recent whereabouts by calling 812-482-1441.

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