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A 35-year-old Lincoln High graduate and former medic in the Nebraska Army National Guard was killed at a residence in Leavenworth, Kansas, on Thursday, according to Leavenworth police.

Officers responded to the residence Thursday afternoon and found Heather Wunderlich dead, according to the Leavenworth Times. Wunderlich was awarded the Bronze Star in 2007, the same year she received a national medic of the year award.

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Two men who also live at the residence were taken into custody and interviewed by Leavenworth police. One of the men, who police didn't identify but said was Wunderlich's boyfriend, was arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder, while the other was released.

Police didn't provide any details on the cause of death, but foul play is suspected.

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