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Cimarron River body identified

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According to Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agents, the body that was found in the Cimarron River in Logan County has been identified.

Kimberly Ann Harlow, 48, of Oklahoma City, was confirmed by the OSBI by fingerprint analyst. Harlow was raised in Crescent.

Her cause of death remains undetermined by the medical examiner’s office.

Harlow’s neighbor noticed the sketch of Harlow and reported that he had not seen her in several weeks to help lead to the identification.

The medical examiner’s office believes the woman had been in the water for approximately four days, when she was recored on May 28th  near the State Highway 74 bridge close to Crescent.

OSBI agents and Logan County Sheriff’s Deputies can now track her whereabouts the last several days of her life to help determine how she died. Toxicology reports are pending.

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