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Investigators ID Body Found in 2012 As Levittown, Pa. Woman

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The body of Molly Lynch was found in June 2012, two months after she was reported missing, according to police. (Pemberton Township Police Department) The body of Molly Lynch was found in June 2012, two months after she was reported missing, according to police. (Pemberton Township Police Department)
BURLINGTON COUNTY, N.J. -

Investigators in Burlington County on Wednesday announced they had identified the body of a woman found in a wooded area of Pemberton Township last year.

According to Burlington Count Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi, the body was identified as Molly Lynch.

Lynch, who was from the Levittown section of Falls Township, Pennsylvania, was reported missing in April of last year. Police say she was 22-years-old at the time. Her remains were found two months later, in June, off Quail Run Trail in Pembertown Township by two people who were riding all terrain vehicles, police said.

Police say they are working to determine how she died.

If you have any information that might help investigators, you're asked to all the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office tip line at 609-267-8300.

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