THE body of a missing Sacramento woman was found Sunday morning, according to authorities.
Kerina Blue, 26, was found near Green Valley Trail in Atla, said the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.
The body of 26-year-old Kerina Blue was found Sunday morning, said authorities[/caption]
Blue was last seen along the Green Valley Trail on Friday afternoon[/caption]
The woman’s cause of death does not seem suspicious at this time, according to police.
The sheriff’s office dispatch center received a call early on March 12 from the Sacramento Police Department about Blue’s disappearance.
A medical condition considered the woman at-risk. Her last known location was along the Green Valley Trail on Friday afternoon.
According to authorities, the terrain of the trail is rugged and has dense forest and brush.
The Placer and Nevada County sheriff’s offices conducted an 80-man search and rescue personnel, K9s and helicopters looking for Blue until late Saturday night.
The search continued early Sunday morning.
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Blue’s friends and family posted about the grim discovery on Facebook.
“With an extremely heavy heart I’m sorry to say that I hope Kerina’s memory will be a blessing,” wrote Brian Egan on Facebook.
“I will be deleting this post at the end of the day to give space for mourning. I’ll miss you, Blue.”
According to Egan, Blue had just moved to Sacramento before her disappearance
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