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Hamilton County Medical Examiner has five unclaimed remains; looking for relatives

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CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB) -- The Hamilton County Medical Examiner's Office is asking for the public's assistance identifying family members of five people whose remains are unclaimed at the Medical Examiner's office.

The names are:

•    Alvin Glliam Ford, White Male, 62
•    Rosa Ford,  White Female, 57
•    Josephine T. Davis, White Female, 80
•    Cheryl Sudderth, White Female,  55
•    Douglas Michael Cox, White Male, 61

Anyone with any information regarding relatives of the named deceased is asked to call the Medical Examiner's Office at (423) 493-5175.

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