Investigators Search for Clues in Missing Wis. College Student Case
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Police in Wisconsin have been searching for clues in the case of a missing college student, a day after authorities say the body they found is likely that of Kelly Nolan.
A team of forensic experts has been working to positively identify the body. Nolan vanished last month after a night of drinking at downtown Madison bars.
Authorities say the body could be taken to a morgue later today for an autopsy. Dental records or other tests would be needed to make a positive identification, which could come today or tomorrow.
Authorities say some forensic evidence has already been sent to the state crime lab for testing, which Madison police have asked to be expedited.
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