Missing Mennonite Woman Found Dead 250 Miles Away From Home
Investigators from Farmington, New Mexico, ventured out to Flagstaff, Arizona, on Friday after Coconino County Sheriff’s agents said they’d found the body of a lady who coordinated the depiction of a Mennonite lady who evaporated a month prior.
Sasha Marie Krause, 27, was most recently seen leaving her home in the Lamp and Light people group close to Crouch Mesa at around 8 p.m. on January 17, the Farmington Daily-Times announced. KOB revealed that she had gone to the nearby Farmington Mennonite Church to get a few things. Her vehicle was discovered left at the congregation.
“Assets that Sasha would ordinarily take with her, on the off chance that she energetically left her habitation, were deserted,” appointees said in an announcement discharged on January 30. The San Juan County Sheriff’s Department said it dispatched appointees to Flagstaff to aid ID, noticing that a post-mortem examination was “probably booked for Monday to set up the personality and to decide the official reason for death.”
Jon Paxton, a representative with the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona, said the body was discovered east of Flagstaff in the region of two national landmarks, Wupatki and Sunset Crater, around 250 miles from Krause’s home, as per the Arizona Daily Sun. Krause’s family discharged an announcement after learning of the disclosure of the body.