Amy Ahonen: Missing from Colorado Found

Amy Ahonen

UPATE:  3/14/14 – The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office says a bone that was found in Clear Creek in Wheat Ridge last November and it was human and DNA linked it to Amy. 

On Thursday, her family posted the following on Facebook:

“Today is a sad day, as we are relieved to finally have some closure regarding Amy, however it is hard news to bear. We thought it only fair to share the news with all of you, friends and family both, that have shared in this heartbreaking journey these last few years. Some remains that were found have been confirmed to be those of our beloved Amy. That is all the information we have at this time. Please keep us in your prayers, but respect the family’s privacy as we deal with this hardship. Thank you so much for all your prayers, kind words, thoughts and time! We are very blessed to have all of you in our lives and to know Amy was so loved.”

Previous story:  The police have found Amy Ahonen’s Jeep at mile mark 264 on Highway 6 along Clear Creek in Colorado.

Amy, 38, has been missing since last Friday at her home at 41st and Albion Way.  She wasn’t reported missing until Sunday morning by her roommate because her roommate thought that Amy had gone to celebrate her 38th birthday on Saturday at a friends house.

After the report was filed, the police found that her gray Jeep had received a computer check by a patrol vehicle on Friday night and a physical check by police on Sunday found the Jeep still there with her personal belongings still inside. 

Amy’s sister told Denver News that Highway 6 was her favorite scenic drive. 

If you have any information about Amy’s whereabouts contact the Denver Police Dept. at 720-913-2000.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

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