** UPDATE ***
MCCLEARY, Wash. — Officials say the remains of Lindsey Baum, a girl missing from Grays Harbor County since 2009, have been found in eastern Washington.
Grays Harbor County Sheriff Rick Scott said Thursday at a news conference that the remains were found by hunters last September.
The remains were then sent to FBI headquarters in Quantico, Virginia for analysis. In the last week, authorities learned the DNA matched Lindsey Baum.
No arrests have been made. Scott said detectives are doing everything they can to find out who was responsible for Lindsey’s death:
“In the fall of 2017, human remains were found in a remote location in eastern Washington. The remains were eventually confirmed to be that of Lindsey Baum, a 10-year-old girl who went missing in McCleary, Washington on June 26, 2009. In order to protect the integrity of the investigation, the location where the remains were found will not be provided until a later date.
The Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office continues to work with the Federal Bureau of Investigation on this homicide investigation.
Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to call or email the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office at the below listed contacts.”
Phone Tips: 1-360-964-1799
Email tips: email@example.com
Lindsey was last seen leaving a friend’s house.
MISSING SINCE: June 26, 2009
MISSING FROM: McCleary, Washington
McCleary Police Department at (360) 495-3107
CRIME STOPPERS, GRAYS HARBOR 800-748-6422
Grays Harbor County Information tipline 866-915-8299
Website for Lindsey