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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Salt Lake City police say they haven't found anything yet in the Salt Lake County landfill.
Police and cadaver dogs searched overnight for the third night in a row for Lori Hacking's body.
The 27-year-old has been missing since July 19th and is presumed dead. Police believe her husband, Mark Hacking, shot her while she slept, then disposed of her body, the gun and the mattress.
He's in jail charged with murder.
Police say the dogs and search crews will rest for a few days before resuming the search on Thursday night.
So far, police say they've searched through just under two-thirds of the 46-hundred tons of garbage.
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