Remains of Edmonton woman missing since 2016 found in Saskatchewan
Cheyenne Partridge, 25, is shown an undated image released by police. Supplied.
EDMONTON -- Mounties in Saskatchewan say they've identified human remains discovered in 2018 as belonging to an Edmonton woman who has been missing for nearly four years.
Cheyenne Partridge, 25, was last seen on Nov. 26, 2016 in the area of 22 Street and 141 Avenue.
On Thursday, police said they located partial human remains in a remote rural area near Maymont, Sask. on July 24, 2018.
DNA analysis matched the remains to Partridge.
“Having a loved one go missing can be very traumatic for a family, and it was very important to investigators that we identified Cheyenne so that she may be brought home to her family and provide them with a sense of closure, ” says Cpl. Kelly Bates, Saskatchewan RCMP Historical Case Unit.
The RCMP say the cause of her death remains under investigation.
It's the first time RCMP in Saskatchewan were able to identify remains through the National Missing Persons DNA Program.