Woman found in Ohio River lived in Louisville area

Woman found in Ohio River lived in Louisville area
Indiana State Police have identified the woman found in the Ohio River on Wednesday morning near Troy, Ind. as 30-year-old Sarah Lindsay Ipock, who is believed to have been living in the Louisville area. (Source: KYDC)
Indiana State Police have identified the woman found in the Ohio River on Wednesday morning near Troy, Ind. as 30-year-old Sarah Lindsay Ipock, who is believed to have been living in the Louisville area. (Source: KYDC)

PERRY COUNTY, IN (WAVE) - A woman who is believed to have been living in the Louisville area has been identified as the female found Wednesday morning in the Ohio River near Troy, Ind.

Indiana State Police have identified the woman as 30-year-old Sarah Lindsay Ipock. An autopsy concluded that Ipock died of causes related to foul play, according to a release from the ISP. The investigation is proceeding as a homicide.

Detectives are working with Kentucky officials to attempt to identify the male found Wednesday afternoon in the Ohio River just east of Owensboro, Ky. They believe that given the fact that both bodies were found within hours of each other, and separated by a short distance, it's possible that Ipock and the male knew each other.

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Anyone who knew Ipock, or her recent whereabouts or personal interactions is asked to contact the Jasper Post of the ISP at 812-482-1441.

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