1977 graduate of Byram Hills High School found dead in Greece

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The body of a Byram Hills High School graduate has been found in Greece.

Scientist Suzanne Eaton's employer shared the news that Greek police found her body Monday night.

The 59-year-old was last seen on the island of Crete on Tuesday, July 2, while attending a conference.

Police say Easton was an avid runner and believe she went on a run, as all of her items were still in her room, but her running shoes were gone.

The cause of her death is under investigation.

She was a molecular biologist with the Max Planck Institute at Dresden University in Germany. Officials from the institute said in a statement that she was a an "inspiring scientist" and a good friend who will be missed.

Eaton leaves behind a husband and two sons.

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