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Several human remains have been found in the vicinity of a vanished Barry County woman's SUV

Several human remains have been found in the vicinity of a vanished Barry County woman's SUV

BARRY COUNTY, MI A womans car was found near human remains Tuesday, according to police.

Rachel Lynn Hazen, 41, was last seen July 27, in Barry County, driving a 2005 silver Ford Escape, the Barry county sheriffs office said.

Posted by: Police are looking for a woman last seen 6 days ago in Barry County, who was last reported alive on August 8th.

Around 9 a.m., police found the missing womans SUV. The sheriffs office stated that a soybean crop was damaged on Tuesday, Oct. 19, in 'Mable Grove Township,' the department said. Near the SUV, police dogs found human remains.

The remains have not yet been identified, according to police. There is an ongoing investigation and police said they will release more information as it becomes available.

A Michigan State Police helicopter assisted in the identification of the SUV, according to police.

Hazen was last seen at her home in the 6400 block of Thornapple Lake Road in Barry Countys Castleton Township on July 21. Her neighbor saw her at her that day, according to police.

Around 11 a.m., he was approached by police after chatting with ottawa resident Hazen. Because they hadn't heard from Hazen since Monday, July 26, police said, saying they had not seen or heard him.

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