Remains of Ohio missing mom who vanished in 2017 found in woods by woman looking for dog
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A woman searching for her lost dog in Ohio discovered what turned out to be a set of bones. A woman who disappeared five years agoofficials said this week.
The remains were found last month in a wooded area on the east side of Youngstown, Ohio, police said Tuesday. They were wrapped in a cloth and taken to the Mahoning County Coroner’s Office.
Authorities later confirmed the remains were Amy Hambrick, 29, a mother who disappeared on Nov. 11, 2017, after leaving her home to visit a friend in North Jackson.
Young Town Police Chief of Detectives Captain Jason Simon He said the woman who found the remains was looking for her dog when she found it.
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Dr. Lorraine Lees of Youngstown State University’s Department of Anthropology and forensic dentists collected the bones and based on the jawbone and dental records determined that it was a hambric.
However, the condition of the remains has not determined the cause of his death. It was not clear how long the remains had been there.
“Every investigative avenue has been used over the past five years, including countless interviews, searches of residences, use of stray dogs and subpoenas to digital and cellular records,” Simon said.
Despite the discovery, investigators are still trying to determine how the hambrick ended up in the wild and How did he die?.
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“Someone knows what happened,” Simon said.
Hambrick leaves behind a daughter who was 10 years old at the time of her disappearance.