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Woman's body found stabbed in Boyle Heights

The body of a woman who had been stabbed was found early Sunday in an industrial section of Boyle Heights, Los Angeles police said.

Officers found the woman, described as being in her 40s, with stab wounds at the intersection of 7th and Rio streets about 1:20 a.m., said Officer Cleon Joseph.

The victim was pronounced dead at the scene, Joseph said.

Police did not have any information on a possible suspect.


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