Kimberly Salgado Missing – SPANISH FORK, Utah — The body of a Mexican lady who vanished coming back from her English language class in Utah three years prior has been found in a tough, uneven gorge region and police are examining her passing as a murder, authorities said Thursday.The skeletal remaining parts of 26-year-old Elizabeth Elena Laguna Salgado were found last Friday by a man looking for setting up camp spots in a space famous for climbing, fishing and setting up camp around 15 miles from where Salgado was most recently seen in midtown Provo.
Authorities with the Utah County Sheriff’s Office and Provo police told correspondents the passing is viewed as suspicious.They said they are talking with “people of interests” who are not suspects yet declined to offer more details.Activist Elizabeth Smart has been among those openly arguing for data about Salgado’s vanishing. Brilliant was abducted from her Salt Lake City room by road evangelist Brian David Mitchell in 2002 at age 14 and held hostage for a very long time before she was found. Mitchell was indicted for abducting and assaulting Smart and condemned to life in jail.
A clinical analyst is attempting to decide how Salgado kicked the bucket, authorities said. Her body was deteriorated subsequent to being out in the components for what gives off an impression of being quite a long while and she was recognized through dental records, said Utah County Sheriff James Tracy. The one who discovered her remaining parts isn’t viewed as a suspect, authorities said. They declined to give the specific area of the revelation, yet said it was close to a street in a forested where it’s uncommon for individuals to leave their vehicles.Salgado was most recently seen on April 16, 2015, as she passed on a class to head back home in Provo, around 45 miles south of Salt Lake City. Salgado was from Chiapas, Mexico, and had moved to Provo about a month prior to her vanishing to concentrate on English soon after completing a Mormon mission in Mexico.The disclosure was pulverizing for Salgado’s family, who held out trust she was alive, said Eloy Monge, emissary for lawful assurance with the Mexican Consulate in Salt Lake City.Most of Salgado’s family members live in Mexico and she was living with flat mates in Utah when she vanished.