A woman's body found last week along the Rock Creek Greenway in Tullahoma, Tennessee, has been identified as a woman who was reported missing by her family June 16.
The body found on June 20 has been identified as that of 58-year-old Tullahoma resident Deborah White, according to a statement issued by department spokesman Winston Brooks.
The medical examiner released a preliminary report indicating there was no sign of trauma to White's body as the police department awaits a toxicology report, which could take a few weeks.
No foul play is suspected, so far.
White's car was parked in the lot at D.W. Wilson Community Center, one terminus of the Rock Creek Greenway. She was last seen walking about 10:30 a.m. CDT on North Collins Street, near the community center.