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Search warrant served in connection with Hill County death

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Update 5/7/13, 8:22 am
 
The Hillsboro PD, with assistance from HCSO deputies, served a warrant in Hillsboro looking for evidence last evening.  The DPS Crime Lab unit from Waco also processed evidence collected.
 
Authorities still do not have a suspect but are following up on leads and tips as they come in.
 
The ME's office has not determined a cause of death at this time. 

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The body of a missing Hillsboro woman was found over the weekend. 

The Hill County Sheriff says they're investigating a crime, but clues surrounding 23-year-old Kasie Clary's death look a lot like murder.

Her mom, Allison Clary say, "She really did love life and really, I think the thing that most people say about her is that she had an infectious smile. She was really bubbly."

That's why Clary's family knew something was wrong when she went missing last week.  Her body, later discovered by a passerby on a northern Hill County Road.  Clary was found behind a small cluster of trees.  Authorities think her lifeless body was probably there for a few days.

Hill County Sheriff Michael Cox says, "It's pretty evident that the body was dumped there... Just from, you could see where she was drug up from a car or vehicle to where she was located."

Now deputies and loved ones are looking for answers.

Allison Clary says, "We need to make sure that whoever did this... that Kasie and us, that we get justice for her and that they don't do it to someone else."

The Sheriff says they're investigating a crime, but they're not ready to call it a murder.  Clary's mom says she is certain that somewhere, someone, knows what happened to her daughter.  She's hoping they come forward with information.

"The quicker that happens then the quicker that we can move forward.  Not move on, but move forward."

If you have any information that could help with this investigation, please call the Hill County Sheriff's Department at 254-582-5313.  You can also message Allison Clary on Facebook at www.facebook.com/helpfindkasieclary

 Friends started a memorial fund for the Clary family.  You can find it at

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