Body found in far west Omaha identified as Elkhorn woman
DOUGLAS COUNTY, Neb (FOX 42 KPTM)-- UPDATE: Police have identified the body as 55-year-old Linda K. Kistner of Elkhorn. An autopsy was performed and results will be available in coming weeks. Her death is still under investigation.
Douglas County sheriff's deputies are looking into a woman's body found in far west Omaha.
They say the death does not appear to be natural.
Investigators were in the streets near 217 and Pinehurst Avenue Friday morning.
Investigators say employees of Emerald Lawns found the woman's body outside on the business' property around 7:30 a.m.
They have not been able to identify the body.
Investigators did specifically say they do not think it is Camisha Hollis' body. She disappeared Monday. Police searched the Schilling wildlife area for any clues after getting a tip Thursday.
Police did find Hollis' car Thursday, but say nothing turned up at Schilling wildlife.
Reporters are not being allowed close to where the body was found.
A tow truck was seen driving past police tape Friday morning.