Body found in missing Fort Worth woman’s car in rural Cooke County
FORT WORTH, Texas - Hunters in a deeply wooded part of Cooke County found a body inside the car of a missing Fort Worth woman.
Fort Worth police confirmed the car belonged to 69-year-old Carolyn Kay Riggins.
She disappeared in July shortly after winning a large cash prize at a bingo hall in Watauga.
Police, family and friends have been on the lookout since then for her 2020 tan Lincoln Town Car with a black top.
The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office still must confirm the identity of the body found inside the vehicle.
There’s no word yet on a cause of death.
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