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January 02, 2012
STURBRIDGE — According to Worcester District Attorney Joseph Early Jr., the death of Glynis Shields-Sacca, 44, of 63 Breakneck Road in Sturbridge, does not appear to be suspicious or the result of her being struck by a vehicle.

An officer from the State Police K-9 unit found Shields-Sacca's body at 12:53 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 27 in the median of Interstate 84. She was reported missing by a family member to the Sturbridge Police Department earlier in the day, and her vehicle was found abandoned on River Road above the highway.

According to a statement released by Early's office, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner will conduct an autopsy to determine the cause and manner of death. Meanwhile, State Police detectives assigned to the district attorney's office, State Police from the Sturbridge barracks, and Sturbridge police are continuing the investigation.

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