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“Foul play”, which was said to be involved in the death of a 21-year-old female University of Mississippi student has been found dead near a lake this weekend, officials said.

The Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department said the body of the city of Alexandria “Ally” Kostial was found on Saturday morning in Harmontown, about 20 miles from the Ole Miss campus in Oxford, Miss.

Sheriff’s officials told FOX13 Memphis “foul play” was obvious, but it is not the cause of death was immediately released.

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Neighbors in the area told WMC-TV that the remote area was overrun by first-responders on Saturday morning.

“I was sitting on the couch, and I saw the ambulance, and was curious about it and went out, and then the next thing I know, the coroner came, and two of the unmarked vehicles,” by Michelle Bramlett told the station.

The body of 21-year-old Alexandria “Ally” Kostial was found on Saturday morning in Harmontown, Miss. the agents of the patrol.
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Deputies with the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department and the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation Crime Lab to be “active” in the business, in addition to the University of Mississippi Police Department and the Oxford Police Department, FOX13 reported.

The officers of the sheriff’s office said they are not releasing any additional information at this time.

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Kostial was from California. In st. Louis, Missouri, and is a 2016 graduate of Lindbergh High School, as FOX2 reported.

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The 21-year-old was working toward a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the School of Business Administration at the University of Mississippi.

The university of Mississippi, Interim Chancellor, Larry Sparks, said in a statement released to FOX13 that the school was “truly saddened” by her death.

“Ally was a valued member of our campus community,” Sparks said. “We extend our deepest sympathy to her family, friends, and classmates, and be ready to support them at this time. We appreciate the work of the Lafayette County Sherriff’s Department and the Coroner as they conduct their investigation.”

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