Woman’s body discovered downtown

A young woman was found dead in the woods by the Greyhound Bus Station in downtown Red Deer on Monday.

A man from the medical examiner’s office loads the body of a young woman into his vehicle. Red Deer City RCMP were called in on Monday evening after the woman was found dead in the woods by the Greyhound Bus Station in downtown Red Deer. Red Deer RCMP are continuing their investigation into what caused her death.

A young woman was found dead in the woods by the Greyhound Bus Station in downtown Red Deer on Monday.

Red Deer City RCMP officers were called in at 5:55 p.m. on Monday and yellow police tape was strung from the guard rail onto nearby trees.

Police said the woman was found deceased in the wooded area between the Safeway downtown and the Greyhound Bus Station. It isn’t yet known how the woman died.

Police said the investigation is continuing into anything that may or may not have happened, but it’s too early to say if the death was suspicious.

Police don’t know the women’s name or age at the moment, but she is described as being a young adult female. It isn’t known how long the body was at the location.

The medical examiner’s office will determine whether a medical autopsy is necessary.

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