Missing Person California Adea Shabani
April 2, 2018 – Body positively identified as Adea Shabani.
March 27, 2018- Sheriff’s officials said they’ve unearthed what appear to be the remains of an adult female at a location northeast of Sacramento on Tuesday. During a press conference, Los Angeles police said that they believed the remains belonged to Shabani, but could not be definitive. The official added that authorities would need to have the remains positively identified by the Nevada County coroner.
March 24, 2018 – Police are reporting the boyfriend of Adea Shabani has died. Chris Spotz, 33, lead the police in a chase from Hesperia to Corona in a stolen car. He shot and killed himself at the end of the pursuit. Adea is still missing and there is a $25,000 reward for information to her whereabouts.
Original story: Adea Shabani is missing from Hollywood, California. She was last seen in the Santa Clarita Valley area on February 23, 2018. Adea came to Hollywood from Macedonia to study acting two years ago and is an aspiring actress.
A $25,000 reward is now being offered for information on an aspiring model and actress from Macedonia who went missing in Hollywood.
A private investigator, Jayden Brant has been searching for Adea. She told ABC7 News there was no evidence that she is voluntarily missing. She also stated there is a $25,000 reward for information leading to Adea’s whereabouts.
Shabani is described as white with blonde hair and blue eyes. She stands 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs around 130 pounds.
Anyone with information can contact the Los Angeles Police Department Missing Persons Unit at (213) 996-1800 or Origin Investigations at (800) 358-3830.
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