Skeletal remains have been found by a dog off of Mohawk Creek near an Asbury Drive home in Seneca, South Carolina. Authorities determined that the bones, a right pelvic bone and a femur bone belonged to a woman. She is believed to be white, 25 to 45-years-old, and somewhere between 5’1” and 5’7, and likely died within the past few months, authorities said.
A forensic team used dogs to search the area and found more human remains near a creek.
There are two women missing from Oconee County Seneca. Laura Ann Anders, 46, went missing on Feb. 2, according to WYFF, although another report states she has been missing since January. Her husband stated he had not had contact with his wife since she went to Spartanburg, reports WYFF news. Another report from 7 News stated that he said he last saw her on Bauknight Road in Mountain Rest on Jan. 2. Authorities check the 100 block of Chauga Hill Road in Mountain Rest for Laura, but she was not found.
Pamela Faith Roach, 26, has been missing since February 4, for the Walhalla area. She has lived at a residence on Flat Rock Road. According to WYFF, “family members said a person, who has asked to remain anonymous, said that Roach was in danger and was being held against her will. Deputies checked the location where the family members suspected Roach was being held but were unable to locate her.”
Anyone with information is asked to call the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office at 864-638-4111 or Crime Stoppers at 23-CRIME.