Woman found dead inside vacant Cleveland home identified as missing Garfield Heights woman

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — A woman found dead inside a vacant Cleveland home on Saturday has been identified as Natalie Perez, according to the Cuyahoga County medical examiner.

Perez, 21, of Garfield Heights, was reported missing earlier this month. Garfield Heights police said she left her home on Blythin Road at around 2 p.m. on April 6 after an argument. She did not have a cell phone or any money with her when she left.

On Saturday, April 30, a group of teenage boys said they were cutting through the yard of a house on East 143rd Street, when one of them looked through a window and saw a body on the floor. They alerted a neighbor, who called police. They are investigating.

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