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Body Found After Fire At Abandoned Concrete Plant Ruled Homicide

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Warf's body was found by Exeter firefighters after they put out a fire March 7 at this vacant concrete plant. (Photo Courtesy: Jason Schreiber/Union Leader)

Warf’s body was found by Exeter firefighters after they put out a fire March 7 at this vacant concrete plant. (Photo Courtesy: Jason Schreiber/Union Leader)

EXETER, N.H. (CBS/AP) — The death of a woman found in a long-vacant New Hampshire cement company has been ruled a homicide, and her cause of death is still being investigated.

State Attorney General Michael Delaney and police officials announced late Friday that the woman has been identified as 36-year-old Hampton resident Amanda “Amy” Warf.

Amanda 'Amy' Warf (Photo from Facebook)

Amanda ‘Amy’ Warf (Photo from Facebook)

Her body was found Thursday morning after Exeter firefighters extinguished a small fire on the second floor of a building at a cement plant that has been vacant for more than 20 years.

A car was also found on the property.

The Union Leader reports that Warf worked in the billing department for Exeter Hospital, which is a quarter-mile from the concrete plant.

The chief medical examiner ruled that Warf’s death was a homicide. Her cause of death isn’t being released until the case can be investigated further.

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