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One year later, no progress in Anny Young missing person case

Posted: Tuesday, December 10, 2019. 10:07 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: Today, December 10th marks one (1) year since the disappearance of Belize City resident, Anisha ‘Anny’ Young. Today, Breaking Belize News (BBN) attended a press briefing hosted by activist Jose Espat after he had just met with the family.

Young went missing on December 8, 2018, after she attended a staff party and was last seen entering a taxi. Her family has not heard anything from her since then.

The family along with activist Jose Espat conducted a series of searches with the hope of finding some clue to lead them to her. A shallow grave was found in Maskall Village on December 29, 2018. 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 are the remains of Young and sent samples abroad for further testing.

When the results came back the police informed that the DNA tests were inconclusive and as such they could not confirm that the remains were those of Anny Young.


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