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Body found in shallow grave identified as missing model

LOS ANGELES - A body discovered in a shallow grave in Northern California earlier this week has been identified as missing Macedonian model Adea Shabani, authorities said Wednesday.

Shabani, who went missing in February, was identified by her tattoos, according to the Nevada County Sheriff's Office. She appears to have sustained blunt force trauma to the head but a final determination of the cause

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