CHICAGO (CBS) — Two people are in custody for an ongoing homicide investigation after a woman was found dead at a suburban golf course.

An autopsy revealed Friday that the woman died from a stab wound to the back, according to the DuPage County coroner’s office.

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Her identity has not been revealed pending the notification of her family.

DuPage County Sheriff’s police responded to a call Thursday at approximately 8:14 am. of a body found at the entrance of White Pines Golf Course, 500. W. Jefferson St, in Bensenville.

An unresponsive white female was discovered upon arrival, DuPage County Sheriff’s department said.

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The body was identified as a 37-year-old woman, said to be a victim of a suspected homicide that occurred earlier Thursday morning in the 11500 block of Grand Avenue, in unincorporated Cook County, said Cook County Sheriff’s Office after investigation.

Bensenville Fire Department made confirmation of her death through Loyola Medical Center at 8:31 a.m. Thursday.

No charges have been made yet, according to the Cook County Sheriff’s department. Names of the suspects have not yet been released.

Both DuPage and Cook County Sheriffs’ Departments are conducting an ongoing homicide investigation.

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