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California Woman Found Deceased in Arizona a Month After Going Missing

A woman from California who went missing a month ago has been discovered deceased in Arizona. Amanda Nenigar was last observed on February 28 in Blythe, California, and her vehicle was located abandoned a week later in La Paz County, Arizona, a place where she reportedly had relatives, as CrimeOnline previously indicated. According to La Paz County Sheriff William …

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A woman from California who went missing a month ago has been discovered deceased in Arizona.

Amanda Nenigar was last observed on February 28 in Blythe, California, and her vehicle was located deserted a week later in La Paz County, Arizona, a place where she reportedly had relatives, as CrimeOnline previously indicated.

According to La Paz County Sheriff William Ponce, the vehicle was located with its back end resting on a large boulder.

Notable updates regarding the discovery of her body were shared on Facebook by both her family and the La Paz County Sheriff’s office, but no additional information was provided.

“Late Friday evening, Amanda Nenigar was found deceased,” stated the sheriff’s office in a brief announcement. “The family has been informed and released a statement requesting privacy and expressing gratitude to the public for their support in attempting to find Amanda. We urge you to please respect the family during this time and refrain from spreading rumors and assumptions.”

“We have numerous inquiries and have been informed that her passing is under investigation and an autopsy will ensue,” the family mentioned. “Our hearts are shattered and we will miss her greatly. Please allow our family privacy as we grieve the loss of Amanda and prepare for the coming days.”

The body was discovered by a search and rescue team approximately 1.5 miles from where the car was located, reported AZFamily.com.

[Featured image: Amanda Nenigar/Facebook]

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