Body found on Colorado farm identified as missing teen

A body found on a dairy farm north of Denver, Colorado on Friday has been identified as a 19-year-old woman recently claimed she was being terrorized by a stalker.

Natalie Bollinger was found in a wooded area on Friday, just 24 hours after her family reported her missing. 

They say she left home around noon after speaking with a relative and then never returned. 

Her body was found by a passerby on near the McIntosh Dairy Farm, about a 30 minute drive east from her home in Broomfield. 

But her identify wasn't confirmed until Tuesday.

Police have not said how she died, but say they are investigating her death as a homicide. 

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A body found Friday north of Denver, Colorado has been identified as missing 19-year-old Natalie Bollinger (pictured)

A body found Friday north of Denver, Colorado has been identified as missing 19-year-old Natalie Bollinger (pictured)

Bollinger had been missing since December 28, when she left home around noon and never returned. Her body was found a day later in a wooded area near a dairy farm about 30 minutes away 

Bollinger had been missing since December 28, when she left home around noon and never returned. Her body was found a day later in a wooded area near a dairy farm about 30 minutes away 

Thirteen days before she went missing, Bollinger was granted a permanent restraining order against a stalker. 

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