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Body of Female Found Near Sweet Home

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Little Rock police say a body has been found in the 7700 block of Highway 365 near Sweet Home.

The female's body was found floating in the water 300 feet off the road. 

The body has been taken to the State Crime Lab for an autopsy and to be identified.

We will have more information on this developing story tonight at 10 on Nightside.

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