AMERICAN FORK — A rock climber in American Fork Canyon discovered human stays that authorities say may belong to a lady who went missing final yr.
Jerika Binks, 24, of American Fork, was final seen leaving a residential remedy middle close to 300 North and 1100 East in American Fork about 9 a.m. on Feb. 18. She informed her roommates she was going for a run, in accordance with the Utah County Sheriff’s Workplace. She hasn’t been seen since.
On Sunday, a person climbing in the canyon found the remains and notified the sheriff’s workplace.
Utah County Sheriff’s Office
A climber in American Fork Canyon discovered human remains that authorities say may belong to missing American Fork lady Jerika Binks in on Sunday, April 14, 2019.
“The person stated he hikes recurrently in that space however had by no means earlier than hiked on this specific ravine. The terrain is extremely rugged and steep and the stays have been situated on the north aspect of the canyon about 850 ft above the floor of the canyon,” based on a press release from the sheriff’s office.
Authorities recovered the skeletal remains Monday morning, stated Utah County Sheriff’s Sgt. Spencer Cannon.
“We consider there’s a good probability they belong to Jerica Binks however we don’t have constructive ID yet,” Cannon stated.
Authorities found evidence of an damage however no evidence thus far to recommend foul play was concerned, in line with the statement.
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