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Cause of death of Morgan Harrington could take weeks

By Rachel DePompa - bio | email

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - It could be several more weeks before we know how Morgan Harrington was killed.

The Virginia Tech student's remains were found January 26 on a remote farm near Charlottesville.

An official with the state medical examiner's office say they are still waiting on toxicology reports to come back, which could take up to 12 weeks.

The office has ruled her death a homicide but has not determined a cause.

If you any information on her disappearance call State Police at 434 352-3467.

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