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Salt Lake City police are investigating a woman's death as a possible homicide.

Shortly after 5 p.m. Sunday, 911 dispatchers received a hang-up call from a cell phone, said Detective Cody Lougy. He couldn't say whether any words were spoken on the call, but emergency responders traced it back to an apartment at 1621 W. Snow Queen Place (about 1700 South).

When they arrived, they found a 25-year-old woman who had recently died from a gunshot, Lougy said. Investigators have yet to release the woman's identity.

Lougy declined to say where on her body the woman was shot, but police are investigating her death as a possible homicide.

The woman lived at the apartment, but Lougy could not immediately say whether anyone else lived there with her. The cell phone that made the 911 call was also hers, he said.

Officers did not have information about a suspect or suspects as of about 7:50 p.m. The police are asking anyone with information about the homicide to call them at 801-799-3000.

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