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Police Identify Reno Woman Found Dead in Dinuba, California

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Reno Police have released the name of the Reno woman recently found dead in Dinuba, California. 

Officers say 29-year-old Lorena Gardner was found dead inside a cardboard box in a car. 

Police say they found evidence the homicide had occurred inside an apartment in the block of 3000 South Virginia Street. 

Dinuba Police say they booked 37-year-old Jose Rodriguez of Reno on unrelated charges this past Monday morning.

This is still an active investigation and Reno Police are asking for anyone who may have any information about this to contact the Reno Police Department at (775) 334-2188, Secret Witness at 322-4900, www.secretwitness.com, or text the tip to 847411 (TIP 411) keyword – SW.

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