A Georgia teen whose body was found in the woods behind her home may have left clues on Twitter to the events leading up to her tragic demise.
Her body was found behind her apartment complex in Gainesville on Friday night, and cops told CBS News that her injuries "were indicative that she died from a violent death."
Still, the cause of death is being withheld pending the investigation.
No suspect has been named, but cops say she may have known her attacker.
Cops are investigating several messages Truelove posted on Twitter, using the handle @hannahtruelove, just days before her death.
"So scared right now :/," she wrote on Aug. 18. And on Aug. 22, she wrote, "I need to move out of these dang apartments."
Her final tweet was posted the day she went missing.
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Police aren't sure if her "stalker" comment referred to any specific person.
"We have to determine what she meant by stalker," Hall County Sheriff's Sgt. Kiley Sargent told ABC News. "A stalker to a 16-year-old might not be a stalker to what may be Georgia code official. We're trying to determine what she meant by that."
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