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Body found in Brecksville park identified as Hillary Sharma
The 30-year-old Eastlake woman has been missing since Aug. 19
by WKSU's KABIR BHATIA


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Investigators combed the CVNP after Hillary Sharma's body was found Thursday night, about 1/4 mile north of this spot on the Highland Road Bridge in Brecksvile
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The body found in Cuyahoga Valley National Park Thursday has been identified as 30-year-old Hillary Sharma. The Eastlake woman was last seen August 19, and her car was found two days later in a Parks parking lot. Spokeswoman Mary Pat Doorley says Brecksville and Sagamore Hills officials were part of the 10-day search.
Body found in Brecksville park is Hillary Sharma's

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“The National Park Service greatly appreciates the community support we have received while looking for Hillary. Over 40 agencies have helped. And that includes on the ground, in the water, in the air; massive support. And then the community themselves -- individuals wanting to help.”

Sharma's body was discovered by rangers near the Highland Road bridge in Brecksville.That's about 2 miles north of where her car was discovered, in Boston Heights. No cause of death has been released.
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Exactly if there was a murder they would have to report she took her own life


Posted by: Anonymous (Brecksville) on September 9, 2014 8:09AM
When will we learn the cause of death? We live here and if there's foul play, we have a right to know.


Posted by: Heidi Baker (Sagamore Hills) on September 4, 2014 5:09AM
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