OLATHE, Kan. (AP) _ The family of an Olathe woman whose burned body was found in 2008 is still hoping someone will come forward to help solve the case.
Tammy K. Cochran's body was found on March 5, 2008 near a boat ramp close to the Kansas River. Her family says she was strangled before her body was burned and police are investigating the death as a homicide.
A reward of up to $18,000 is still available for tips that help solve the case.
Her family says Cochran struggled with drug addiction but was trying to turn her life around when she was killed.
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