Deanne Stein, News9.com
BETHANY, Oklahoma -- A memorial fund has been set up for the teen whose body was found dismembered and put in a duffle bag.
The Carina Saunders Contribution Fund was set up to help cover funeral costs. Some of the money also will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. People who would like to contribute to the fund can do so through the Bank of Oklahoma.
The young woman's body was found stuffed in a duffel bag behind a Homeland grocery store on Thursday, October 13.
As for the investigation into Saunders death, investigators say they're following dozens of leads. They have not named any suspects, but say the nature of the crime indicates whoever killed Saunders would have needed "some kind of assistance."
Saunders' funeral is Friday.
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