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Native Minneapolis Woman Beaten in September Dies

Rebecca Rose Anderson, a 30-year-old American Indian female, who was assaulted in Minneapolis in September died last week.
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Rebecca Rose Anderson, a 30-year-old American Indian female, who was assaulted in Minneapolis in September died last week and the Minneapolis Police Department is seeking the publics help according to CBS Minnesota.

KSTP.com reports that Anderson was found severely beaten and unconscious on September 3 around the East Lake Street and 12th Avenue South area.

She walked on Thanksgiving Day and the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office has ruled her death a homicide CBS Minnesota reported.

The mother of five daughters loved her family and spending time at the park according to her obituary at Red Lake Nation News.

The police have teamed up with CrimeStoppers of Minnesota to offer a cash reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case KSTP.com reports.

Those with information can call, anonymously, CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. The case number is 15-332607.