Massapequa woman found dead was missing for more than a month

The family of the 60-year-old widow whose body was discovered outside a Massapequa home say the woman was missing for more than a month. Irene

Irene Luetje was a secretary at Farmingdale State College.

Irene Luetje was a secretary at Farmingdale State College. (2/21/13)

MASSAPEQUA - The family of the 60-year-old widow whose body was discovered outside a Massapequa home say the woman was missing for more than a month.

Irene Luetje was a secretary at Farmingdale State College.

Her brother and sister say Irene loved to take long walks. They tell News 12 Long Island that they do not understand how their sister was found 5 miles from home, without her car and wearing ballet slippers.

Police say there are no signs of foul play as of now, but they are still waiting for the release of the autopsy and toxicology results.
 

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