Woman found dead inside store

The body of a female was found inside the Cricket store in the Stater Brothers shopping center, 1600 block of Main Street, on Sunday morning, April 14, according to Ramona Fire Department/Cal Fire.

Lt. James Bovet of the Sheriff’s Ramona station said no foul play is suspected.

When Station 80 paramedics arrived at the store around 7 a.m., they found the female had been dead for a period of time, said Capt. Don Davis. She appeared to be in her early 30s and was inside the store legally, he said.

No immediate information was available from the San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office.

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6 Comments for “Woman found dead inside store”

  1. Debbie

    So looks like no news here. Give us a break

  2. Curran

    Her husband was the owner, so there should be no question of the woman entering the store illegally

  3. guest

    Let's see….hmmmm….Found around 7am and had been dead for quite a while?
    What does that mean? Are we talking several hours? And why wasn't she reported missing prior to being found dead at 7am?

  4. Andrea

    May she rest in peace. She was a sweet woman. I didn't know her well, but what I knew I liked. May her loved ones know she is also dearly missed by others she had relations with. She was my customer, and she was truly a wonderful customer. I looked forward to serving her. I will miss her smile, and her genuine presence. May her family have peace, comfort, and hope.

  5. angel

    The women in question is my sister, her and husband owned the store.

    She had every right to be n the store. No no one reported her missing because she was not missing……I would only ask that u check all of your information before u make a stupid post!

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