Police: Body found along rural upstate road last week is missing New York woman

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ARCADIA, New York — Authorities say the nude body of a New York woman found amid melting snow along a rural upstate road has been identified as that of a mother of three missing for more than a month.

State police say a woman walking along Martin Road in the Wayne County town of Arcadia spotted the body last Thursday in a snowbank on a roadside embankment. Troopers say the body was later positively identified by the medical examiner's office in neighboring Monroe County as 32-year-old Kimberly Rouland.

She was last seen on the evening of Feb. 9 leaving her residence in a nearby mobile home park. She had been reported missing by her husband.

Investigators say the body showed no obvious signs of trauma. They say troopers couldn't locate the woman's clothing after days of searching the snow-covered area.

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