An exhibit in Pennsylvania’s Lancaster County, home to the nation’s largest Amish community displayed 13 simple outfits from victims of sexual assault.
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Horse-drawn buggies and a handful of vans and sport utility vehicles brought more than 100 people together Monday afternoon at the Myers Cemetery burial grounds, not far from where police say 18-year-old Linda Stoltzfoos was abducted.
The Lancaster County coroner used dental records to positively identify the body of 18-year-old Linda Stoltzfoos. The coroner said following an autopsy Friday that the cause of death was asphyxia from strangulation, along with suffocation.
The Lancaster County DA says the remains appear to be those of a female of the same age as 18-year-old Linda Stoltzfoos, and were buried with a dress, bonnet and shoes like those Stoltzfoos wore the day she disappeared.
Lancaster County District Attorney Heather Adams told a news conference Thursday that a coroner hasn’t made a positive forensic identification, but the remains appear to be those of a female of the same age as Linda Stoltzfoos.