The Orono Police Department is investigating the death of a Camden woman who was discovered Jan. 30 at 5:45 a.m. in Orono as the possible victim of a hit and run by a vehicle.

The body of Jordyn Bakley, 20, of Camden was found Jan. 30 at 15 Middle St. in Orono. According to Orono police, evidence suggests she was possibly hit by a vehicle. The Maine State Police are helping Orono police investigate her death and anyone with information is asked to call 866-4451 and speak with Orono detective Andrew Whitehouse.

A representative of the Maine Medical Examiner’s Office said Feb. 1 that the cause of death was multiple blunt force trauma, and that the case would remain under investigation. She said such investigations generally take four to six months.

Bakley was a University of Maine student studying elementary education. She lived off campus in Orono.

According to the Bangor Daily News, a delivery man for that paper discovered Bakley’s body in the road.

“This is an unspeakable tragedy, and our sincere sympathies go out to Jordyn’s family and friends,” said Robert Dana, vice president for student affairs and dean of students, in a statement issued by the university. “The UMaine community is a close-knit one, and Jordyn’s death will have a significant and lasting impact on many of our students, faculty and staff.”

University of Maine counseling services are available to any member of the university community who would like counselor assistance in dealing with Bakley’s death. Dana said university officials were in the process of identifying and reaching out to those closest to her.

The University of Maine Counseling Center is reachable by telephone at 581-1392.