Olney couple found dead in cabin


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Posted Online: Dec. 03, 2012, 12:11 pm
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OLNEY, Ill. (AP) Authorities in southeastern Illinois say an Olney couple has been found dead in their cabin.

Richland County deputy coroner Jeff Gray tells the Olney Daily Mail that the bodies are 48-year-old husband Barry Bergbower and wife Erin Bergbower. Gray says there were no signs of foul play. Autopsies are pending and a cause of death was not immediately known.

Gray says a friend who knew that the couple was staying in the cabin found their bodies shortly before noon on Sunday.

Olney is about 125 miles east of St. Louis, Mo.














 




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