Finally Found

An "Identify the Missing" Day in Orange County, California, has led to the identification of Kristyne Olivia Trejo's remains, the Associated Press reports. Trejo had been missing since 1988.

The event, held by the coroner's division of the Orange County Sheriff's Department, collected cheek swabs from the relatives of 34 missing people to compare their DNA to that of unidentified remains.

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