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Body Found In Ridley State Park Identified As Missing Pa. Woman

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Forty-four-year-old Teresa Mastracola was known to be an avid hiker and bicyclist. Forty-four-year-old Teresa Mastracola was known to be an avid hiker and bicyclist.

A body found in Ridley State Park was identified Sunday as that of a missing Delaware County woman.

Pennsylvania State Police say the body found was confirmed to be 44-year-old Teresa Mastracola of Millbourne, Pennsylvania.

Investigators say foul play does not appear to be associated with her death.

Mastracola hadn't been seen for a week and had not reported for work in the last few days.

According to Pennsylvania State Police, her vehicle has not yet been recovered.

Mastracola was known to be an avid hiker and bicyclist who frequented Ridley State Park.

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