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FBI investigating suspicious cruise ship death
Tuesday - 3/26/2013, 1:00pm EDT
BALTIMORE (AP) -- An FBI spokesman says a death aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship has been classified as suspicious.
The FBI is investigating the death of a 62-year-old Virginia woman who traveled on the Enchantment of the Seas. Royal Caribbean says the woman's husband found her body Sunday inside her cabin.
FBI Baltimore field office spokesman Rich Wolf says agents boarded the ship Monday after it returned to Baltimore as scheduled. He says an autopsy is being conducted to determine the cause and manner of death, and agents are interviewing the unidentified woman's husband. Wolf declined to say whether the woman suffered any trauma.
The Enchantment of the Seas sailed to Florida and the Bahamas on a seven-night trip.
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