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Police working to identify body found at Carmel storage facility

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Carmel Police believe that a woman found dead inside a vehicle at a storage facility possibly died from suicide, but they're still not confirming that.

Workers at the Public Storage facility at 1099 North Rangeline Road made the discovery late Thursday afternoon when they opened the unit to survey items for auction.

The woman was found sitting in the driver's seat. Police say evidence on the scene suggested suicide.

The woman is believed to be in her thirties. Police believe the body has been there for several weeks - possibly since early March.

On Friday, the Hamilton County coroner conducted an autopsy, and is waiting for confirmation on the identity and cause of death.

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