A woman who had been missing since she went hiking in Phoenix’s Deem Hills Recreation Area earlier on August 4 has been found dead, according to police.
Phoenix police had previously stated that 34-year-old Jessica Christine Lindstrom was last seen in the region north of 51st Avenue and Happy Valley Road, specifically in the vicinity of N. 51st Drive and W. Deem Hills Parkway.
After being reported missing at noon, firefighters, Phoenix Police, and their mobile command responded to the location, where they learned that Lindstrom, a mother of four, had gone hiking at 8:30 a.m. In the same vein, Lindstrom’s loved ones have set up search tents in the event that they turn up alive.
The tweet below verifies the news:
Missing Endangered Person
Jessica Lindstrom was last seen this morning hiking the Deem Hills Rec area near 51st Dr and Deem Hills Pkwy. Jessica is a 34 yr old W/F 506 135 with Bro/Blu. She was wearing a black tank top and neon yellow shorts. Contact PPD with any info. pic.twitter.com/iK74OVMlsP
— Phoenix Police (@PhoenixPolice) August 5, 2023
Lindstrom’s body was discovered at around 5:00 p.m., a few yards off the track. “Specifics about the discovery remain part of the ongoing investigation. At this time, nothing suspicious has been identified as a result of the discovery of Lindstrom,” read a portion of the statement.
According to his friends, Lindstrom was in Phoenix to see relatives. He was originally from Oregon. Officials with the Phoenix Fire Department have stated that they are treating this event as a possible heat-related death.
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