POLICE: Positive ID On Missing Maysville Woman's Body

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Police say they have made a positive ID on the body found Sunday near where a missing woman was last seen. They have identified the remains as Bethany Rhoades of Maysville.

The woman's body was found around 2:00 p.m. by someone fishing at the White Oak River Campground. Sheriff Danny Heath says the woman's death is being investigated as suspicious and an autopsy will be conducted this week.

Rhoades was last seen on February 10th around 5:00 p.m. when she was walking on Highway 17 near the campground.

That's near the Jones-Onslow county line. Maysville police said the body was found near the campground.

Officials say that the investigation is ongoing by Maysville Police, Jones County Sheriff's Office, Onslow County Sheriff's Office, and the SBI.


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The Jones County Sheriff believes that a body found this weekend
is that of a woman who was last seen less than 2 weeks ago.

Sheriff Danny Heath says the body is believed to be that of Bethany Rhoades of Maysville and was found around 2 p.m. Sunday by someone fishing at the White Oak River Campground. Sheriff Heath says that the death is being investigated as suspicious.

Rhoades was last seen on February 10th around 5:00 p.m. when she was walking on Highway 17 near the campground.

That's near the Jones-Onslow County Line. Maysville police said the body was found near the campground.

Officials say that the investigation is ongoing by Maysville Police, Jones County Sheriff's Office, Onslow County Sheriff's Office, and the SBI.


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The Jones County Sheriff’s Office confirms that it is at the scene of a body found at a campground in Maysville.

Sheriff Danny Heath tells WITN that the body was found at the back of the White Oak River Campground off of Highway 17 in Maysville.

An officer with Maysville Police would only say that the State Bureau of Investigation is on its way to the town.

We have a reporter headed to the scene and will have more for you here on WITN.com and WITN News at 6:00.




 
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