Woman found in Mississippi river still unidentified

A woman's body found in the Mississippi river more than a month ago still has not been identified, according to the Pioneer Press.

According to the Ramsey County medical examiner's office, the woman died of freshwater drowning. Chief Investigator Don Gorrie said the manner of the drowning has not been determined.

Police said an employee of St. Paul Yacht Club noticed the woman's body Oct. 14 in branches, the Associated Press reported.

The woman is described as a likely African American with short hair, age 16-40, 5 feet and 11 inches tall, and about 170 pounds.

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