Ten days after a woman was found dead in Falmouth Harbor, the incident remains under investigation by Falmouth and state police detectives assigned to the Cape & Islands District Attorney’s office.
However, there is nothing at this time to suggest foul play, said Tara Miltimore, spokeswoman for the DA’s office.
“We will await the results of an autopsy performed by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner,” she said.
The woman, 34-year old Sharee W. Daluze of Harwich, was found in Falmouth Harbor late Tuesday morning, May 18. A fisherman reported finding a body near the intersection of Deacons and Vernon avenues in Falmouth Heights, Falmouth Police Chief Edward A. Dunne said.
Ms. Daluze was last seen walking in a parking lot near the Clam Shack, 227 Clinton Avenue, the previous night at about 10:30, Falmouth Police Lieutenant Douglas DeCosta said. Approximately four hours later, police found her car in the Clam Shack parking lot after responding to a report of a suspicious vehicle. The engine was running and the hazard lights and windshield wipers were on.
Ms. Daluze was born in Barnstable and raised in Harwich. In 2005 she graduated from Harwich High School, where she played basketball and went to two state championships. She has a son named Jayden.