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The bodies of two women who were bound together by duct tape washed up from New York's Hudson River on Wednesday.
Authorities received a 911 call at 2.40pm from a passerby who spotted the two bodies in the river off by Riverside Park in the city's Upper West Side neighborhood.
Police said both women were fully clothed. Neither body showed sign of trauma.
A law enforcement source told DailyMail.com that both women were in their late teens or early twenties. 
Both women were also wearing coats, a law enforcement source told NBC New York.
Investigators discovered the women's feet were taped together, as were their waists. 
They were found facing each other.
Authorities suspect that the women may have had 'some sort of suicide pact', according to CBS New York
They believe the women may have jumped from George Washington Bridge before their bodies floated six miles down the river, where they were spotted at Riverside Park. 
The bodies were laying on rocks near the river when authorities arrived on the scene.  
Police left the bodies in position before the medical examiner's office could come and do a full investigation of the scene. 
The bodies were removed from the water just before 5pm. 
It is believed the bodies washed ashore with the tide and stayed on the rocks when the tide went back out, according to WABC
The cause of death will be determined by the New York City medical examiner's office.
The investigation is ongoing. 

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