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Detroit police discover body of missing Rosalind Brazil, 86

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Detroit police say they have discovered the body of 86-year-old Rosalind Brazil. She had been missing since Friday, Dec. 13.

Authorities found Brazil around 6 a.m. Friday morning, Dec. 20, in the 17000 block of Ohio Street after a local resident found her body. The resident told police that the body was lying on the front lawn and was partially covered in snow.

Police say Brazil suffered from dementia and was in poor physical condition.

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