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Posted: Saturday, August 16, 2014 4:30 am

TEMPLE — Bell County Sheriff’s Department investigators and other agencies are still looking for clues about who killed 45-year-old Patricia Ramirez Aguillon, of Temple, whose body was found Thursday by the side of a rural Bell County road.

All available investigators were pulled from other investigations to concentrate on the homicide case, Lt. Donnie Adams, sheriff’s department spokesman, said Friday.

No weapon or clues have been found in the area and investigators don’t know for sure if Aguillon was killed or dumped at the location on Farm-to-Market 2601 about a mile west of State Highway 317, Adams said.

Aguillon’s body was found at the edge of the road by a man on his way to work. Preliminary autopsy results had not been received as of Friday afternoon, according to Justice of the Peace Ted Duffield’s office, but Adams said the woman died of a single gunshot wound.

Assisting Bell County with the Aguillon homicide case are the Temple Police Department, the Bell County Organized Crime Task Force, Texas Rangers and the Department of Public Safety.

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