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Searchers have found the body of a Green River woman who had been missing since mid-July.

The body of Aubree Corona, 28, was located Tuesday during a search of the area where her truck had previously been found, according to the Sublette County Sheriff’s Office.

Authorities found Corona’s body roughly 1.3 miles from where her truck had been found, on a remote road in the Leeds Creek area of Fremont County, the sheriff’s office said. The area is west of Dubois.

Officials do not suspect foul play. The cause of Corona’s death has not been determined. An autopsy has been scheduled.

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Authorities launched a new search of the area after Corona’s truck was found over the weekend, the sheriff’s office said. The pickup had about a half a tank of gas, but was inoperable. Investigators say they also found a dirt bike leaned over inside the truck.

There was no cell service in the the area where Corona’s body was found, according to the sheriff’s office.

Corona went missing July 15 after texting her friends to say she was lost, the Associated Press reported. She failed to return to a campsite near Union Pass in Sublette County as planned.

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Joshua Wolfson joined the Star-Tribune in 2007, covering crime and health before taking over the arts section in 2013. He also served as managing editor before being named editor in June 2017. He lives in Casper with his wife and their two kids.

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