RANDLETT, OK (KAUZ)- UPDATE: The Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office has released the autopsy findings for Carol Ann Trynosky, the woman found dead inside the trunk of a car on I-44. The cause of death is listed as undetermined, and the manner of death is unknown, according to the report.
The 61-year-old female was found in the truck of a car wearing a one-piece bathing suit. The medical examiner's office found no apparent external or internal injuries on the body, according to the report.
Trynosky was positively identified after using fingerprint comparison. If additional reliable information becomes available, the cause and manner of death may be modified upon review, according to the report.
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Oklahoma State officials are investigating a dead body found inside the trunk of a car on I-44.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials said it all started Wednesday night around 5 p.m., when a trooper stopped to check out an abandoned car. It was discovered near mile marker six close to the Randlett exit in Cotton County.
They said when the trooper arrived he smelled a foul odor coming from the vehicle. Upon a search, the trooper found a woman's body inside the trunk of the car.
The vehicle is being described as a four-door car with Texas plates. Officials have identified who the car is registered to, however, that information will only be released when the body is identified, according to Lieutenant John Vincent with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
The car was taken to Oklahoma City for storage as evidence. The body was taken to the state Medical Examiner's Office to determine her identity and the cause of death. No word on how long that identification process could take.