Body found identified as missing Gwinnett woman - New York News

Family grieves as body of missing relative discovered in Lilburn

Posted: Updated: April 3, 2014 05:24 PM
LILBURN, Ga. -

The body of a Gwinnett woman missing since March 30 has been found. Police said the body of Angela Rabotte was found in a wooded area near the intersection of Lilburn Industrial Way and Arcado Road in Lilburn. Surveyors working in the area located the body around 10:30 a.m.

Thursday afternoon, police told FOX 5 they were currently questioning a person in custody on an unrelated incident in connection to the death of Angela Rabotte.

Police said foul play is suspected and the case is now a homicide investigation. Lilburn police will lead the investigation.

Rabotte was last seen alive on March 29 around 6:00 a.m. in the Steeplechase Apartments parking lot in Norcross.

The GBI was asked to assist in the investigation. No word yet on the cause of death.

A memorial fund has been established to help with funeral expeneses, family member say. To donate: http://www.gofundme.com/837x3o

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