Body found on Broad
Published 12:00 am Sunday, November 28, 2004
Selma Police are currently trying to determine the cause of death of Elizabeth Wright, 42, whose body was found inside a vacant house on Broad Street Friday evening.
Detective Sgt. Joe Little, public information officer, said at approximately 6 p.m. officers arrived at 1217 Broad Street after receiving an anonymous report that a body may be inside.
After conducting a search through the vacant house, Little said, police found Wright’s body
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So far police have been unable to determine an apparent cause of death, according to Little but the discovery is being treated as a criminal case. The Criminal Investigations Division is handling the investigation.
Dallas County Corner Alan Dailey said it appeared the body had been inside the vacant house for several days.
“The cause of death was nothing obvious,” Daily said. “It is
not a suspected homicide and it is not a
suspected natural death.”
Wright’s body has been turned over to the Department of Forensic Sciences in an attempt to establish a cause of death and gather any forensic evidence.
Anyone with information about Wright’s death is urged to contact
Crime Stoppers at (334)874-3530, the Selma Police Department’s Secret Witness line at (334) 874-2190 or the Criminal Investigations Division at (334) 874-2125.