Hanford car wash murder victim's car found
HANFORD, Calif. (KFSN) -- A big break in the case of a 49-year-old woman found dead at a Hanford car wash.
Police have found the missing Honda Civic belonging to Denise McVay about two miles from where they believe she was killed.
McVay's body was found early Tuesday morning at the Royal Car Wash on Vaughn Street and Garner Avenue. A witness recognized the license plate and called it in to police.
The vehicle is now at the Department of Justice crime lab - where investigators are searching it for clues.
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