Lauren Cho case: Human remains found in Yucca Valley identified as missing NJ woman, coroner says


YUCCA VALLEY, Calif. (KABC) — Human stays that had been discovered within the Yucca Valley desert earlier this month have been positively recognized to be Lauren Cho, a 30-year-old New Jersey girl whose disappearance in the summertime prompted a widespread search, authorities confirmed Thursday.

“The trigger and method of demise is pending toxicology outcomes,” the Coroner Division of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Division mentioned in a press release.


Lauren “El” Cho was final seen on June 28 strolling away from a house on Benmar Path in Yucca Valley the place she had been staying along with her former associate.

In depth searches by air and floor had been performed, and missing-person flyers along with her description and photographs had been posted all through the realm.

On Oct. 10, Sheriff’s Division crews discovered human stays in an space described as “rugged terrain of the open desert of Yucca Valley.”

Anybody with details about the case is requested to name the Sheriff’s Division’s dispatch middle at (760) 956-5001 or Detective Ables at (760) 366-4175.

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