Update: Homicide Investigation Focuses On Two Corbin Homes

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 10/08/2013 12:46 am
The investigation into a woman's disappearance has gone from a Corbin storage unit to two homes.

Police are waiting to find out if human bones found last week in a storage unit are those of 42-year-old Doris Wood.

A medical examiner's report should identify the remains.

The Delaware woman hasn't been seen since July of 1997.

Police say her late husband Robert Wood owned the Corbin storage unit where the bones were found.

Meanwhile, they searched Monday underneath two homes along South Kentucky Street in Corbin.

Police say Robert Wood lived in both of the homes back in 1997.

He died last year, according to investigators.

Police say they did not find anything while searching the homes on South Kentucky Street.


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