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Police release clothing photo, seek public help in Plano woman’s death

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PLANO – Police say the body of a missing Plano woman has been found and identified by the Dallas County Medical Examiner.

Cops say a passerby discovered Megan Leigh Getrum’s body floating in Lake Ray Hubbard over the weekend.

Getrum had not been seen or heard from since April 14. Officers conducted an extensive search in the 7000 block of West Parker Road, but found no signs of foul play or the missing 36-year-old woman. Police sealed off Plano’s Arbor Hills Nature Preserve April 19 while conducting a search of the area, but did not specify what or whom they were searching for.

No cause of death has been released as cops are now faced with more questions than answers.

Getrum was wearing a red, yellow, and white floral print bike shirt and green running shoes when her body was found in Lake Ray Hubbard; Plano police released a photo of the clothes in hopes it may help anyone who may have seen her to remember.

Clothes Megan Leigh Getrum was wearing when her body was found in Lake Ray Hubbard (Plano Police Department)

Anyone with information on the Megan Leigh Getrum case is asked to call the Plano Police Department at 972-424-5678.

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