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(17-year-old Mackenzie Cowell, from her Facebook Account)


WENATCHEE, Wash. - With no suspects in the killing of a Wenatchee High School student, police are telling young women in the Wenatchee area to take extra precautions.
     
Capt. Doug Jones says women should avoid going places alone or into remote areas.
     
A task force of about 20 officers from Wenatchee, East Wenatchee, Douglas and Chelan counties, the Washington State Patrol and FBI are looking for the killer of 17-year-old Mackenzie Cowell of Orondo.
     
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