Missing teen girl's remains found more than 7 anni dopo la sua scomparsa

Dopo quasi sette anni di ricerche, i resti dell'adolescente Virginia di 17 anni scomparsa sono stati localizzati e recuperati, according to the Nelson County Sheriff’s Office.

Alexis Tiara Murphy left her Shipman, Virginia, home on August 3, 2013, to visit Lynchburg. Surveillance video showed her at a Lovingston gas stationthe last time she was seen alive. Local, state and federal law enforcement conducted numerous searches at the time of her disappearance, ha detto l'ufficio dello sceriffo.
Her remains were found on December 3 on a private property in Lovingston and transported to the Chief Medical Examiner in Richmond for positive identification. The remains were identified as Murphy on February 5, 2021, though notification to the community was delayed to allow her family time to grieve and make proper arrangements, ha detto il comunicato.
While we have been grieving the loss of Alexis since 2013, we remained hopeful that she would be found alive and well. Alexis was the fashionista, athlete and joker of our family; we were blessed to have loved her for 17 years and her memory will continue to live on through us all,” her family said in a statement.
    Also seen in the surveillance video was Randy Taylor, chi era 48 al tempo, secondo l'affiliata CNN WRC.
      Taylor was convicted in Murphy’s murder and sentenced to two life terms. He attempted to appeal the conviction, but was denied.
      With the comprehensive investigation, successful prosecution by the Nelson County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office and the recovery of Alexis, this case is now no longer active,” the Nelson County Sheriff’s Office said.

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