Police look to autopsy for answers into missing woman’s death


UPTON — State police expect to learn Sunday what caused the death of a Limington woman whose body was found Friday in this northern Oxford County town, spokesman Stephen McCausland said Saturday.

Maine State Police on Friday said the death of Kelly Winslow, 30, of Mike’s Way in Limington was suspicious.

Reported missing from her home on Thursday night by her husband, Winslow’s body was found at mid-afternoon on property off Route 26, north of Grafton Notch State Park near the New Hampshire border, McCausland said.

“The next phase of the investigation is on Sunday, as we continue to investigate and look to the medical examiner for their input as to why she died,” McCausland said of Sunday’s planned autopsy. “Hopefully, we may have some answers by Sunday afternoon.”

State Medical Examiner Margaret Greenwald arrived late Friday afternoon at the site and oversaw removal of the body, which was taken to her office in Augusta.

State police searched several locations Friday, including Winslow’s home, McCausland said. Her husband was interviewed by detectives and has cooperated with the investigation, McCausland said.

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