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US Remains found in Minnesota identified as those of missing mother Ashley Carlson

03:40  30 november  2021
03:40  30 november  2021 Source:   nbcnews.com

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The remains of Ashley Miller Carlson , 33, were found in Pine County, Minnesota . Mom-of-four was last seen at a community center at Lake Lena on September 23. Remains found after her family hired a private investigations firm to help search. 'This is a sad day our family hoped would not come, and there are still many questions that need answers, but the important thing is we now have Ashley ,' Carlson 's mother Krista Struck said in a news release. 'Our family received incredible support from the community these past many weeks, and we thank them, the Christian Aid Ministries volunteer search

It’s that now we have Ashley .” - Advertisement -. The investigative group was hired by Carlson ’s family as part of the search. Affiliate Granthshala of Minneapolis. Carlson ’s rental car and belongings were found partially submerged in Grace Lake in Pine County on September 24, the Pine and Burnett The sheriff’s offices said this month that multiple agencies, including the FBI and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Appearances, collectively conducted more than 32 search warrants, 15 ground searches and seven drone searches for Carlson . They also searched Grace Lake, where her car was found .

Remains found in Minnesota were identified as those of a mother missing for more than two months, the Pine County Sheriff's Office said in a statement Monday.

  Remains found in Minnesota identified as those of missing mother Ashley Carlson © Provided by NBC News

Private investigative group Applied Professional Services said in a written statement Saturday that the remains of Ashley Carlson, 33, had been discovered.

The sheriff's office said a Christian Aid Ministries search-and-rescue group found the remains on lands belonging to the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe people adjacent to the St. Croix State Forest.

Ashley Miller Carlson (KARE) © KARE Ashley Miller Carlson (KARE)

The Midwest Medical Examiner's Office in Anoka County confirmed the identity of the remains, but a cause of death was not revealed.

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HINCKLEY, Minn. — A private investigation firm says a search party found the likely remains of a missing Wisconsin mother Saturday, Nov. 27, in a wooded area not far from where she was last seen in late September.

Ashley Miller Carlson , a 33-year-old mother of four from the area of Grantsburg and Siren, Wisconsin, was last seen Sept. 23 in the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe community of Lake Lena, about 25 miles east of Hinckley in eastern Minnesota 's Pine County.

HINCKLEY, Minn. — A private investigation firm says a search party found the likely remains of a missing Wisconsin mother Saturday, Nov. 27, in a wooded area not far from where she was last seen in late September.

Ashley Miller Carlson , a 33-year-old mother of four from the area of Grantsburg and Siren, Wisconsin, was last seen Sept. 23 in the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe community of Lake Lena, about 25 miles east of Hinckley in eastern Minnesota 's Pine County.

“This is a sad day our family hoped would not come, and there are still many questions that need answers, but the important thing is we now have Ashley,” Carlson’s mother, Krista Struck, said in a written statement from Applied Professional Services.

The investigative group was hired by Carlson’s family as part of the search, according to NBC affiliate KARE of Minneapolis.

Carlson’s rental car and belongings were found partially submerged Sept. 24 in Grace Lake in Pine County, the Pine and Burnett county sheriff’s offices said in a joint statement on Nov. 12.

Law enforcement went to her house, but Carlson was not there and has not been seen or heard from since. Officials said she did not appear to have a cellphone with her when she disappeared.

The sheriff’s offices said this month that several agencies, including the FBI and Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, collectively conducted more than 32 search warrants, 15 ground searches and seven drone searches for Carlson. They also searched Grace Lake, where her car was found.

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