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Cold Case Investigation: Officials exhume 1973 remains from Lebanon cemetery

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LEBANON, Pa. - Officials are removing the remains of a "Jane Doe" found in Mount Lebanon Cemetery today as part of a cold case investigation.

The body, originally found in 1973 in a wooded area near State Route 443, and the intersection of Ridge Road and Tomstown Road, has not been indentified. The mysterious remains have stumped investigators in Union Township, Lebanon County for over 40 years.

Several months ago, police released a forensic bust of the woman based off of her remains in hopes that someone might recognize her.

Police have not released further information about the investigation at this time.