Discussion in 'The Unidentified' started by bakersfield3, May 27, 2019.
Human Skelton Remains Found in Lost Hills, CA
Josh Sanders 23ABC
Some of us are always expecting Bob Harrod. I'm not great at California geography, is there a map yet?
@MaryNo; @Cubby is this in 'our' target area?
Used Google Maps myself, 0ver 2 hours from Placentia, location is in town & seems to be in a park?
Don't know how to bring in the map image.
Lost Hills Road
Skeletal human remains found near Lost Hills
Investigators in a field off Weiser and Lost Hills roads Sunday afternoon.
"The remains were skeletal and showed no obvious signs of trauma, according to KCSO.
They could not identify whether the remains belonged to a male or female. "
Human remains found near where missing man's car was located last year
"BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) -- The human remains found Sunday afternoon by Lost Hills and Weiser Roads have yet to be identified, and it's not known whether they belonged to a male or female.
But the skeletal remains were in an area not far from where a missing Sacramento man's red Chrysler Sebring was located a year ago.
Ryan Grable was last heard from May 22 of last year when he called dispatchers and said he was following a vehicle that had been following him, according to the San Mateo County/San Francisco-Bay Area Missing Persons Facebook page."
CA - CA - Ryan Elliott Grable, 26, Kern County, 22 May 2018
Justice for Ryan Grable- California
Post stating remains found have been confirmed belonging to Ryan Grable.
Once his brother, Brandon, has had time to process and grieve, then more details will be released.
I’m assuming that is when it will be clearer whether these were the remains found by Lost Hills.
Two sets of remains found in Lost Hills area identified as same person | News Break
According to the coroner partial human remains were located in an open field in Lost Hills on May 26th of last year. Then on September 28th partial human remains were located in the area of Twisselman and Lost Hills roads.
The coroner says both sets of remains were identified as Ryan Elliott Grable of Sacramento. The cause of death was listed as a "partial human skeleton without evidence of trauma."