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Camille Jackson 21-year-old woman found dead in Aurora apartment, with her baby still alive?

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Aurora Police have characterized an incident that apparently took place in an Aurora apartment on the 15400 block of East 13th Avenue a "suspicious death."

And from the information filtering out thus far about reported victim Camille Jackson, age 21, that phrase certainly seems justified.

According to 9News, police went to the apartment in question, and when they heard the faint cry of an infant inside, they busted in to find the body of a woman a family member identified as Jackson.

Nothing yet on the cause of the woman's death -- but the baby was apparently unharmed and is now under the care of kin.

More information on this tragic tale as it becomes available. In the meantime, look below to see an interactive graphic of the area near the scene (if you have problems seeing the image, click "View Larger Map"), as well as 9News coverage.

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