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Human remains found by a hiker in Tahoe National Forest last month on December 21, 2021, has been confirmed to be those of a Northern California man reported missing on November 2, 2021, authorities said.
Yuba County Sheriff's officials said Friday they confirmed the remains belong to Tyler Love, 44, of Grass Valley. A hiker found Love's skeletal remains on Dec. 21 near a lakeside campground in the forest, about 20 miles north of Nevada City.
Sheriff’s officials said his cause of death has not been determined and investigators are awaiting autopsy results.
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44 years old
Foul Play Suspected: Unknown / Undisclosed
Suspected Suicide: Unknown / Undisclosed
Cause of Death: Undetermined / Unreleased
Reported missing on November 2, 2021 - 460 days, 16 hours, 15 minutes ago
Found on December 21, 2021 - 411 days, 16 hours, 15 minutes ago
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This case file has been assigned the Missing Persons ID 6844
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