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Body found in Plainview mobile home could belong to Dumas native

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PLAINVIEW - One of two bodies found in a Plainview residence is reportedly a Dumas native.

The identities of the deceased are not being released at this time, but Plainview Police and Texas Rangers have launched a full investigation.

Police found two decaying bodies inside a Plainview mobile home Friday morning.

Autopsies were performed Tuesday, but no results have been released at this time.

Neighbors near the mobile home say 57 year-old Teresa Hill lived there with her boyfriend, Robert Olsewski.

According to the Plainview Herald, Hill was from Dumas.

Neighbors say Hill was last seen about a week before police were called to the home to investigate a strange odor.

"I figured it was a dead cat or a dead animal or something," Sandy Ramos said.  

Plainview police say they are waiting on dental records to identify one of the bodies. The other will have to wait until a toxicology report comes back, which could take up to a week.

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