Bladen woman found dead off Klondyke Road

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Jacqueline "Lynn" Landreth

The body of a missing woman was found off Klondyke Road Wednesday.

Jacqueline Elaine “Lynn” Landreth, 37, was reported missing from her Rosindale Road, Clarkton hom on Feb. 8, according to a joint statement from the Columbus and Bladen sheriff’s offices. She was last seen driving a Chevrolet Sierra extended cab truck.

Investigators from both counties were directed to the area by information received in the missing person’s investigation, the press release said. Landreth was found Wednesday afternoon.

While foul play is suspected, the body was sent to the state Medical Examiner for an exact cause of death and further identification.

Foul play is suspected in the death. Anyone with information in the case is asked to contact the Columbus County Sheriff’s Office at (910) 642-6551.

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