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Body Found at Recycling Plant

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A woman’s body was found at an Anaheim recycling plant Friday.

A worker at Republic Services plant found the naked body on the conveyor belt where trash and recyclables are sorted at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Anaheim police Lt. Tim Schmidt said. She was later identified as 21-year-old Jarrae Nikole Estepp, ABC7 reports. It is unknown how long the body was there, but authorities believe the body was dumped elsewhere and then brought in by truck.

An investigation is underway. According to Anaheim police, Estepp has connections in Modesto and Oklahoma.