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Autopsy Finds No Signs of Foul Play in Heim's Death

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The Butte-Silver Bow County Coroner says they will need to wait for a toxicology report before finding the cause of Aimee Heim's death.

Coroner Lee Lebreche says an autopsy conducted on the woman who was found dead, showed no signs of any physical trauma or foul play.

The 40-year-old was found at the bottom of an unused staircase outside the National Center for Appropriate Technology, also known as NCAT.

On February 10, police found Heim's car near the building, but found nothing when they searched the area.

A week later she was reported missing and eventually found when police were called to the building for an unrelated burglary alarm.

Labreche says a cause of her death will be determined through a toxicology report from the state crime lab, which may not be done for up to six weeks.

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