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Bones Found in Search for Paoli Woman

PAOLI, Ind. (AP) _ State police say investigators have found bones on a rural southern Indiana property as they search for a woman who's been missing for more than four months.

Sgt. Philip Hensley says detectives investigating the disappearance of 34-year-old Michelle Fulton of Paoli obtained a search warrant for the property in southern Orange County.

Hensley says bones and remains were found in a wooded area and investigators are working to determine whether they are human. Anthropologists continued work Thursday on excavating the area about 40 miles south of Bloomington.

Hensley says no one has been arrested in Fulton's disappearance.

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