LINTON, Ind. (WTHI) - Two men have been arrested in connection with a missing area teen.
Katelyn Wolfe, 19, had been missing since last Thursday.
She was last seen leaving her home in Linton.
Yesterday, friends and family organized a search for her near the Sullivan/Greene County border.
Then at around 5:00 Monday afternoon, Indiana conservation officers found a dead body in rural Greene County matching Wolfe's description.
Now, the Linton Police Department confirms that two men, Randal E. Crosley and Jordan W. Buskirk have been arrested in connection with her death.
"They were acquaintances and knew one another. So it wasn't a case where they were just total strangers." Troy Jerrell, Linton Police Chief said.
The two are currently in the Greene County Jail.
The preliminary results of an autopsy say the cause of death was asphyxiation.
The Linton Police confirms her death has been ruled a homicide.
You can donate to help cover funeral at any Regions Banking location. Just do so under the name of Katelyn Wolfe.
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