SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Police are investigating what killed a Utah woman missing for more than two months before her body was found in a river.
Murray police officer Kenny Bass said Wednesday it could be several months before investigators receive results of toxicology tests done on the badly decomposed body of 30-year-old Kayelyn Louder.
She was found in the Jordan River Monday by work crews examining a drainage pipe.
The Deseret News reports a private investigator for Louder’s family is trying to find out how she ended up five miles from home.
She was last seen Sept. 27 leaving home during a rainstorm without her cellphone or keys.
Surveillance video captured her talking to herself in an agitated manner just before she disappeared, though police say she had no history of mental illness.