Posted: Sunday, February 17, 2019. 1:28 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: It has been over 2 months since Anisha ‘Anny’ Young was reported missing by her family. Authorities continue to follow leads which up to date have been futile.
The family is still seeking answers regarding the disappearance of their loved one.
Young was last seen on Sunday, December 9, 2018, when she left a popular establishment in a taxi.
Police had initially detained Young’s boyfriend but he was later released.
An organized search team led by Jose Espat continued to search with hopes of finding Young alive.
On Saturday, December 29, 2018, the search team discovered a shallow grave in Maskall village. The scene was processed and the items found were collected. A pathologist later confirmed the items were human remains.
However, police could not determine if they were the remains of Young.
Police informed that samples are held as an exhibition and a further determination will be made after tests are conducted. Authorities confirmed that Young’s boyfriend remains the main suspect in her disappearance.
The search team also claims that a technician gained access to Anny’s phone and confirmed that prior to changing the security questions, there was activity on the phone after Anny was reported missing.
Claims were also made that the person trying to get into Anny’s phone is a blood relative to her boyfriend.
The search team, family and authorities were working together to bring some kind of closure for the family.
The family is desperately pleading to anyone with information to contact them at 602- 7154 or the nearest police station.
Police investigations are ongoing.
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