YPSILANTI, MI (Toledo News Now) - The Ypsilanti Police Department issued a statement Tuesday declaring the death of 23-year-old Julia Niswender a homicide.
Niswender was a student at Eastern Michigan University, who was found dead in her apartment near campus. There were no obvious signs of trauma to her body.
After receiving the final autopsy report from the medical examiner, the death was ruled as a homicide. Toxicology test results, however, yielded no conclusive information.
At this time, no suspect has been identified.
Anyone with information regarding the case is urged to call Sgt. Tom Eberts at 734-482-9878 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAKUP (773-2587).
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