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We just had a description and a direction of travel, but when the social media aspect played into it, we were able to identify who it was. And by looking at the background of the photograph we were able to pinpoint where she was at, said Police Chief Shawn Talluto. Talluto says Saxton still had the clothes in her hand when officers arrived.