Last September, friends and family of Ashley Miller Carlson set out to find him. This after his car was found submerged in Lake Minnesota. Research that finally ended on Saturday, November 27. Indeed, the remains of Ashley Miller Carlson, 33, were discovered in a wooded area of ​​Minnesota. It was members of the search and rescue group Christian Aid Ministries who made the gruesome discovery according to the Pine County Sheriff’s Department on Monday, November 29.

According to People magazine, the Midwestern Medical Examiner’s Office identified the remains. “It’s a sad day that our family hoped it wouldn’t come, and there are still a lot of questions that need answers, but the important thing is that we now have Ashley,” said Krista Struck, Carlson’s mother. . “Our family has received incredible support from the community over the past few weeks, and we thank them and the volunteer search and rescue team at Christian Aid Ministries, the many law enforcement agencies involved, and Applied Professional Services for helping locate Ashley, “she said.

Ashley Miller Carlson, many means had been used to find her

On September 24, the rental car used by Ashley, a mother of 4, was found partially submerged in Lake Grace. Since then, family and friends have made it their goal to find her. During the search, planes, drones, sonar, divers and even K9s had been used by the search teams.

In addition, dozens of interviews had been conducted in addition to the 32 search warrants that were issued according to the sheriff. The authorities also participated in 15 ground searches, at least 7 drone searches and 2 searches at Lake Grace.

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