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The body of Natasha Jugo, who was reported missing in March, washed up on a Long Island Beach on June 24.

The body of a Queens woman who went missing in March washed ashore a Long Island beach Monday night, police said.

Natasha Jugo, 31, of Queens Village, vanished March 16. Cops found her personal belongings and 2009 Toyota Prius abandoned one day later on Gilgo Beach.

Her body washed up on the beach on June 24, a Suffolk County police spokesperson said.

The case is said to have no ties to the 2010-2011 suspected Gilgo Beach serial killings.

 

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