At this time, this woman's identity has not been released to the public. – – – This woman's vehicle was found at a Forest Service campground in the Diamond Fork area, but there is currently no exact "Last Known Location". Once more information is released, Missing NPF will update this case.
On November 25, 2020, US Forest Service Officials preparing for seasonal canyon closures found a car in a parking lot of a Forest Service campground in the Diamond Fork area of Spanish Fork Canyon. They also found camping equipment and information that identified the person who was camping there. Detectives and Search and Rescue officials with the Utah County Sheriff's Office (UCSO) searched the area by ground and from the air but could not find anyone. They had telephone information that led them to believe the woman might be in Colorado.
Believing the car and camping equipment might have been abandoned, Deputies impounded the car and took the camping equipment for safekeeping. Over the next several months efforts were made to identify and contact family without success. Detectives did make contact with this woman's former co-workers but they did not get any information that suggested where this woman might be. They did, however, find information that suggested this woman might struggle with mental health challenges.
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This case file has been assigned the Missing Persons ID 4052
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