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It is thought that the missing Mennonite woman’s body was found in Arizona a month after she disappeared

Police think they found the body of the missing Mennonite woman Sasha Marie Krause (27) in Arizona after she left New Mexico almost a month ago

Police think they found the body of the missing Mennonite woman Sasha Marie Krause (27) in Arizona after she left New Mexico almost a month ago

The police think they found the body of a missing Mennonite woman in Arizona after she disappeared from her rural community in New Mexico a month ago.

Sasha Marie Krause, 27, disappeared from her home in Farmington on January 18.

On February 21, the office of the Coconino County sheriff in Arizona reported that she had found a body of a woman who met her description.

The body has not yet been positively identified and an autopsy is scheduled for Monday to determine its identity and determine the cause of death.

“They described what she was wearing and based on that general description, our detectives went to the Flagstaff area to have a look,” said Jayme Harcrow, spokesman for the San Juan County Sheriff. Farmington Daily Times.

The office of the San Juan Sheriff believes her disappearance was suspicious, but it is not clear what could have brought her from New Mexico to Arizona.

On February 21, the office of the Coconino County sheriff in Arizona reported that she had found a body of a woman who met her description. The body has not yet been positively identified and an autopsy is scheduled for Monday to determine its identity and determine the cause of death

On February 21, the office of the Coconino County sheriff in Arizona reported that she had found a body of a woman who met her description. The body has not yet been positively identified and an autopsy is scheduled for Monday to determine its identity and determine the cause of death

On February 21, the office of the Coconino County sheriff in Arizona reported that she had found a body of a woman who met her description. The body has not yet been positively identified and an autopsy is scheduled for Monday to determine its identity and determine the cause of death

The office of the San Juan County sheriff announced a $ 50,000 reward to find her on 12 February. She was last seen leaving her Farmington home around 8 am on January 18 and did not return

The office of the San Juan County sheriff announced a $ 50,000 reward to find her on 12 February. She was last seen leaving her Farmington home around 8 am on January 18 and did not return

The office of the San Juan County sheriff announced a $ 50,000 reward to find her on 12 February. She was last seen leaving her Farmington home around 8 am on January 18 and did not return

Last weekend, Krause’s family members posted on social media that her body was found.

“My dear, beautiful niece has been found. Our heart is breaking and I hardly know what to say, but we appreciate everyone’s prayers for our family during this time, “a woman who said she was Krause’s aunt on Saturday.

Krause was last seen around 8 o’clock in the evening and did not return.

The police found her car parked in a nearby church near her home, but she left things she would normally take with her.

On January 19, delegates were sent to Lamp & Lighters Publishers on County Road 5577 in the Crouch Mesa area around 3:00 am for reports related to her disappearance. Crouch worked at that publisher.

Since her disappearance, members of the Mennonite community have shared her image on social media and say they may have interrupted a burglary and been abducted.

The office of the San Juan County sheriff announced a $ 50,000 reward to find her on 12 February.

“We are absolutely investigating all possible routes. As for the ongoing burglary, we have no information to indicate that it is really true, “Harcrow said.

The San Juan County Sheriff's office shared this message on Saturday by saying that Arizona officials were marking the body that Krause was supposed to be for them. The body identification is awaiting an autopsy

The San Juan County sheriff's office shared this message on Saturday by saying that Arizona officials were marking the body they thought was Krause. The body identification is awaiting an autopsy

The San Juan County Sheriff’s office shared this message on Saturday by saying that Arizona officials were marking the body that Krause was supposed to be for them. The body identification is awaiting an autopsy

Last weekend, Krause’s family members posted on social media that her body was found. “My dear, beautiful niece has been found. Our heart is breaking and I hardly know what to say, but we appreciate everyone’s prayers for our family during this time, “said a woman who said she was Krause’s aunt on Saturday

The body believed to be Krause was found in the Wupatki National Monument area, but no additional details were released. A woman named Jennifer Krause shared this message on Saturday and said that Sasha's body was found

The body that was probably Krause was found in the Wupatki National Monument area, but no additional details were released. A woman named Jennifer Krause shared this message on Saturday and said that Sasha's body was found

The body that was probably Krause was found in the Wupatki National Monument area, but no additional details were released. A woman named Jennifer Krause shared this message on Saturday and said that Sasha’s body was found

The body that was probably Krause was found in the Wupatki National Monument area, but no additional details were released.

“Detectives from the San Juan sheriff’s office responded to the area to help and determine if it was she or not,” the sheriff’s office said Saturday.

“Identifying the body can only be done after an autopsy has been performed. An autopsy is scheduled for Monday to determine the identity and determine the official cause of death, “the statement said.

Researchers watched surveillance video images in their search for Krause and conducted helicopter investigations.

‘We want to reassure the public that we have thoroughly searched the area where she was last seen with multiple tracking teams, a tracking canine and community volunteers. We continue to look for Lamp & Light Publishing and the community where she lives, “the sheriff’s office said Thursday.

Krause is described as 5’3 ” with brown eyes with long, dark brown hair.

For more information, contact the San Juan County Sheriff office at 505-333-7878

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