The Indiana State Police have identified the female found Wednesday morning in the Ohio River near Troy, and are asking for the public’s help with the investigation.
State Police have identified the body as 30 year old.
Ipock is believed to have been living in the greater Louisville, Kentucky area. An autopsy conducted on Ipock this evening in Evansville concluded that Ipock died of causes related to foul play, and this investigation is proceeding as a homicide.
Detectives are asking for the public’s assistance with this investigation. Anyone who knew Ipock or was an acquaintance of hers, or specifically knew of her recent whereabouts or personal interactions, is asked to contact the Jasper Post of the Indiana State Police by calling 812-482-1441.
Detectives are working with Kentucky officials to attempt to identify the male found Wednesday afternoon in the Ohio River near the William H. Natcher Bridge, just east of Owensboro, Kentucky.
Given that both bodies were found within hours and separated by a short distance, detectives believe that there is a possibility that Ipock and the male knew each other.
Further details will be released as they become available within the course of the investigation.