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West Bloomfield mother murdered, no arrests yet

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DETROIT, Mich. (WJBK) -

More than a month after the body of a West Bloomfield mother was found, dumped in a cemetery on Detroit's east side, her family is pleading for information. There are still no arrests in the case.

Click on the video player to watch Erika Erickson's report.

The family of Emily Lupiloff-Brazz is hoping someone will come forward with information. The 33 year old from West Bloomfield leaves behind her 9-year-old daughter and many family members and friends. She was found May 26, assaulted near Elmwood Cemetery. Family members say she suffered from Bipolar disorder and weeks before her death she began visiting the Detroit area frequently. They say she had met someone and chosen to live in the city.

Family members are working with police to piece together Emily's final days. Anyone with information is asked to call Detroit police or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-SPEAKUP. You can remain anonymous.

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