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Female Bodies Found in Ocean off Redondo, Huntington Beaches

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This morning a boat load of whale watchers discovered a woman's body a a quarter-mile off Redondo Beach. 39-year-old Cindy Denq's death is being investigated as a possible suicide. Once a passenger on a previous boat ride, Denq had jumped off the boat, but was pulled back onto the ship after the skipper stopped and had her pulled back on board. Today, police say it appears that she entered the water from the beach. Earlier this morning, another woman's dead body was found in the ocean, this time in Huntington Beach. Orange County deputies were called to a bar in Sunset Beach where a woman was reportedly bleeding profusely. Upon arrival, police only found a trail of blood leading to the water where she was found floating. "We're not sure what happened,"a deputy told the AP. "All we know is something started here at the bar. We're not sure if this is a crime scene or an accident at this point, but we're treating it as a crime scene until we know further."