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Car could be evidence in death A car that was impounded by Anne Arundel County police on the same day a 45 year old woman was reported missing is being weighed as possible evidence in her death. "We've looked at a car that was in the area around that same time," said Michael Conto, a Prince George's County homicide detective. "It was discovered that a car was impounded the same day that [the victim] was missing." The victim, Karen Moran, had been missing since April 1 and was found May 26 in a remote area in Upper Marlboro not far from where she was last seen walking across the Patuxent River Bridge. After months of toxicology tests, the state medical examiner's office has been unable to determine how Moran died. However, based on Moran's suspicious disappearance and where her remains were found, an examiner is recommending the case be considered a homicide. "After doing everything we could do, we didn't find any anatomic or toxicological cause of death, and because of the state of the body, we couldn't determine the cause or manner of death," said Dr. Anna Rubio, a state medical examiner, last week. Moran, a Hagerstown hairdresser, was visiting her parents at their Waysons Corner home April 1. As the pair walked, a white middle age man in a white car sporting a ponytail drove up to the two. Moran stopped to talk to him while her niece kept walking. When Moran's niece turned around Moran and the car were gone. Moran's family reported her missing to the Anne Arundel County Police April 3. Moran's body was discovered nearly two months later in Upper Marlboro not far from where she was last seen walking across the Patuxent River Bridge. Anne Arundel County Police closed their missing person's case when Moran was identified by the medical examiner's office. At the crime scene police confiscated several articles of clothing and other items that are being tested at a forensics laboratory. "We found clothing in the area that is still being examined to determine if it is Karen's clothing or not," Conto said. "It could be Karen's or a suspect's clothing," he continued. County police are working with Anne Arundel officers in their investigation. "It's an exchange of information and police records," Conto explained. He explained that officers are reviewing any information ranging from suspicious vehicles to assaults that may have occurred in that area to yield leads in their death investigation. Police still do not have a suspect in the alleged kidnapping and murder. "The area is off the beaten path and you would have to be familiar with the area to locate it," Conto said. Anyone with information about Moran's death can call the Prince George's County criminal investigation division at 301 772 4925 or Crime Solvers at 301 735 1111.