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Murdered South Dakota woman grew up in Forest CountySubmitted: 06/30/2016
WEST ALLIS - A pregnant woman murdered and dumped in South Dakota grew up in Forest County.

An obituary for Tess White says she was raised in Forest County and attended schools there.

She was just 25 when she died.


The couple accused of White's murder have confessed to police.

A pair of farmers found White's body last month in Grant County, South Dakota. 

Her body had been burned.

An autopsy revealed White was ten weeks pregnant when she was killed.

Story By: Newswatch 12 News Team

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