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Police: Body found in arroyo behind homes in Four Hills area


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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M(AP) - Police in Albuquerque say they are investigating the discovery of a body in the Four Hills area They say two neighbors walking their dogs Saturday morning found the body in an arroyo behind some homes Police say the victim suffered massive trauma and the extent of the injuries is making it difficult to identify the victim or the person's gender They say there are not any suspects in the case yet

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