Authorities have released the autopsy report into the death of a woman who was reported missing and later found hanging in a closet of her home.
Aimee Pitt of Edgecombe County was missing for three weeks before her body was discovered in her home in January.
According to the autopsy report released Wednesday, there were traces of cocaine and ethanol alcohol in the 22-year-old's system at the time of her death. In the report there were no other injuries to Pitt's body.
In January the medical examiner found that Pitt's cause of death was hanging.
No arrests have been made in the case.
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