Members of the Menominee Tribal Police say the remains found on the Menominee Reservation last week are those of a missing woman.
According to police, an autopsy done Monday to identify the person showed the remains belonged to 22-year-old Katelyn Kelley, who was reported missing by her family June 18, 2020.
The remains were found on the Menominee Indian Reservation on March 17.
Tribal Police still haven’t released where Kelley’s remains were found.
Officials say Kelley was seen during the night of June 16 and the morning of June 17. She had been spotted in the area of Highway VV and Silver Canoe Road at about 10:30 p.m. on June 16.
However, Menominee Tribal Police later said Kelley’s last known whereabouts were within the city of Shawano.
Menominee Tribal Police say the investigation into Kelley’s death is still ongoing, and they are being assisted by the FBI.
Menominee Tribal Police can be reached at 715-799-3881.