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A dog on a private search team helped find the body of a 52-year-old woman Sunday after a two-day air and ground search for the Cedar Bluffs woman, Saunders County Sheriff Kevin Stukenholtz said. 

Foul play is not suspected in Tammy Sukstorf's death, which is being investigated as a suicide, the sheriff said.

She was reported missing Saturday morning after she hadn't been seen since the night before, he said. 

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The sheriff's office, Cedar Bluffs Fire Department, the Nebraska State Patrol's helicopter and private pilots with the Civil Air Patrol searched the county for Sukstorf. 

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Her vehicle and some of her belongings were found on a farmstead a few miles from her home, the sheriff said. 

Sunday evening, a search dog with canine search team led searchers to a creek bed near county roads 19 and S, about a half-mile from the farmstead, he said. 

 

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