The stays of a beforehand unidentified physique present in a river have been positively recognized as these of Amber Evans, a Columbus, Ohio social justice advocate.
As we beforehand reported, Evans was reported lacking on January 28 and since then, neighborhood members of Ohio’s capital metropolis launched a wide-spread search and demanded solutions as to why the 28-year-old’s then-disappearance wasn’t being investigated extra completely by native investigators.
Her automobile was discovered close to a car parking zone adjoining to the Scioto River in West Downtown. Evans reportedly had a dispute along with her boyfriend the afternoon of her disappearance nevertheless he’s not thought of a suspect in her disappearance and loss of life right now. There have been no identified home violence points between Evans and her boyfriend.
Amber Evans labored for the Juvenile Justice Coalition and was an activist with the Individuals’s Justice Mission and March for Our Lives previous to her going lacking. Many within the metropolis accused Columbus PD of conducting a sluggish investigation due to Evans’ previous criticism of the division via her activism. They refuted the allegation, claiming that they had been working as exhausting as they might however encountered delays due to climate.
The Columbus Police Particular Victims Unit and Dive Group discovered a physique on Saturday morning (March 23) in a peninsula very close to the place Evans’ automobile was found and plenty of feared it could be the stays of the younger lady.
For those who or somebody you realize might present details about Evans’ disappearance or loss of life, please contact the Columbus Police Division’s Particular Victims Bureau at 614-645-4624 or 614-645-4545.