According to the coroner, a woman who was discovered missing in a park in central Pennsylvania committed suicide.

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According to the coroner, a woman who was discovered missing in a park in central Pennsylvania committed suicide.

The coroner’s office said a 57-year-old woman who went missing early last week committed suicide in a Lancaster County park.

Chief Deputy Coroner Eric Bieber said Jennifer Herr, of Manheim Township, died of a gunshot wound to the head.

Her body was discovered in November.

According to West Lampeter Township police, her Toyota Prius was found parked earlier in the day in the Lancaster County Central Park off Rockford Road in West Lampeter Township.

Herr was last seen leaving her home in November.

Police said it happened at 8 a.m. on the 100 block of South President Avenue in Manheim Township.

Herr’s family and friends were unable to contact her after she left home, according to police.

Last week, police in Manheim Township and West Lampeter Township thanked members of the public for their assistance in locating Herr.

Help is available for those who are thinking about suicide.

To speak with someone now, call 1-800-273-8255, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

The Crisis Text Line is a texting service that provides emotional support in times of crisis.

Text HELLO to 741741, and a trained listener will respond.

It’s completely free, accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and completely private.

Find out more.

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