Missing Woman Amanda Nenigar Found Deceased Near California-Arizona Border

Missing Woman Amanda Nenigar Found Deceased Near California-Arizona Border

Debarylife – Authorities declared that Amanda Nenigar’s body had been found, bringing a tragic end to the woman who had been missing since February 28.

Nearly a month after her reported disappearance, the 27-year-old was discovered dead close to the California-Arizona border, according to a statement released by the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona late on Friday night.

In Blythe, California, on February 28, Nenigar was last seen alive, according to county authorities.

Nenigar’s car was discovered in a secluded area of La Paz County, south of Cibola, according to information released by officials on March 12.

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“A statement requesting privacy and thanking the public for their aid in trying to identify Amanda was released by the family after they were informed. The sheriff’s office stated, “We kindly request that you respect the family during this time and refrain from spreading rumors and assumptions.

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It took some time for the circumstances surrounding her death to become known.

“This is still an active investigation and a pending autopsy will determine the cause of death,” authorities stated.

In the “Find Amanda Nenigar” Facebook group, Nenigar’s family posted a statement regarding her passing.

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“She was discovered dead last night, Friday, March 29, 2024, and her case is no longer one of a missing person. We must inform you all of this with heavy hearts. We have a lot of questions, and we’ve been told that an autopsy will happen after her death is examined,” the message says. “We will miss her terribly and our hearts are broken.” Please give our family peace while we deal with Amanda’s passing and get ready for the days ahead.”

The La Paz County Sheriff’s Office asked the public not to phone 911 to inquire about the status of the investigation.

The sheriff’s office posted on Facebook, saying, “When deemed appropriate, updates will be released to the public through proper news channels and this page.”

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