Iowa Family-of-Four Vanishes After Arriving in Mexico for Vacation: 'We Are Extremely Worried'
An Iowa family-of-four has been reported missing after traveling to Mexico last week on vacation, PEOPLE confirms.Parents Kevin and Amy Sharp, of Creston, headed out of the country with kids Sterling and Adrianna, reportedly bound for Tulum on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. They arrived safely last week, according to a Creston police official, but no one has heard from them since.
The bodies of the American family of four found dead in their Mexico vacation condo on Friday will be returned to the U . S . this week . The Sharp family — Kevin, 41, Amy, 38, Sterling, 12, and Adrianna 7 — will come home to Iowa on Wednesday, ABC News reported.
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The bodies of the American family of four found dead in their Mexico vacation condo on Friday will be returned to the U.S. this week.
The Sharp family — Kevin, 41, Amy, 38, Sterling, 12, and Adrianna 7 — will come home to Iowa on Wednesday,.
The Sharps’ loved ones were coordinating their funerals on Sunday. One family member said she felt like “she lost half her family.”
Iowa family of four that went missing in Mexico found dead
A family of four from Iowa who went missing after traveling to Mexico was found dead Thursday night in their condominium in a tourist complex in the country, police confirmed to Fox News. The family – Kevin Wayne Sharp, 41, Amy Marie Sharp, 38, Sterling Wayne Sharp, 12, and Adrianna Maria Sharp, 7 – left their hometown of Creston, Iowa, to travel to Tulum, Mexico, on March 15, the Des Moines Register reported.Paul Ver Meer, the chief of the Creston Police Department, told Fox News the family was found dead Thursday night in a condo they rented in Tulum.
(CNN) An Iowa family vacationing in Mexico was found dead Friday inside a condominium in Tulum, according to police. The bodies of Kevin Wayne Sharp The Sharps were supposed to return from their vacation Wednesday, Weland said. Kevin Sharp, who owns a beer distribution company, failed to
Iowa Family -of-Four Vanishes After Arriving in Mexico for Vacation: ' We Are Extremely Worried'. The bodies of the American family of four found dead in their Mexico vacation condo on Friday will be returned to the U . S . this week .
“My mother is holding up, doing the best she can,” Amy’s sister, Renee Hoyt, told ABC News. “We’re all supporting her. For my mother, it was just me and my sister. So she feels that she lost half her family.”
Investigators say missing Iowa family found dead in Mexico
The bodies of an Iowa couple and their two children were found in a rented condo in Mexico on Friday, though it wasn't immediately clear what caused their deaths, according to investigators.Load Error
(Reuters) - An Iowa family of four on vacation in Mexican seaside resort was found dead inside a The bodies of Kevin Sharp, 41, his 38-year-old wife Amy, and their children Sterling, 12, and Relatives went to police in Creston early on Friday to report the family had not returned from their
A family of four from Iowa have been found dead inside their rented holiday home in Mexico , authorities say. The Sharp family had been expected to Mexican and US police say there was no sign of traumatic injury and no foul play is suspected at this time. "Autopsies are being performed in
The Sharp family was found dead in Tulum on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, officials said.
Investigators quickly ruled out foul play and later determined the family. Mexican officials on Saturday said that “any violent act or suicide has been discounted.”
Authorities told Hoyt the toxic gas was from “either the hot water heater or the gas stove.”
The family had traveled to Mexico for spring break and booked a vacation condo through VBNO (Vacation Rentals by Owner), according to ABC News. The company told the news outlet it removed the property where the Sharps were staying from its website as the investigation continues.
Relatives reported the family missing about a week after they left for vacation. Police in Creston, Iowa, contacted the State Department, and the bodies were found during a welfare check at the condo.
The Quintana Roo prosecutors' office said the family had been dead for between 36 and 48 hours by the time they were found Friday at the condominium complex.
Fox News’ Dom Calicchio contributed to this report.
Family, friends mourn Iowa family of four killed while on vacation in Mexico .
The funeral for parents Kevin and Amy Sharp and their kids Sterling and Adrianna consumed the town of Creston, Iowa, on the last day of March.That was true Saturday in Creston as more than 1,000 people streamed into the gymnasium at Southwestern Community College to grieve the local family of four killed during their spring break vacation in Mexico: Kevin and Amy Sharp and their kids Sterling, 12, and Adrianna, 7.