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Missing Family in Alaska Could Be Connected to Discovery of Remains

By    |   Monday, 23 Mar 2015 01:59 PM

A missing family case in Alaska may have just gotten a break after human remains were discovered along a trail northwest of Kenai over the weekend.

Police believe the remains may be linked to the disappearance of Rebecca Adams, 23; her two children, 6-year-old Michelle Hundley and 3-year-old Jaracca Hundley; and her boyfriend Brandon Jividen, 37. The family was last seen at their apartment along with their dog in May, according to the Alaska Dispatch News.

The break came Saturday, when a person driving down a trail off the Kenai Spur Highway discovered human remains and called police.

"A very preliminary scene assessment has revealed information that points to the Kenai family that turned up missing in May of 2014," a Kenai police statement read, according to the Dispatch News. The statement said that the site was still being investigated to make "positive identifications" so the missing family case remains open.

Dennis Giffords, Adams' uncle, told the Dispatch News that her family had still been hoping for a positive outcome prior to Saturday's findings.

"You have a shred of hope that they will be found," Giffords said. "And that shred has been taken away."

Rebecca Adams and the two girls had not been seen since May 18. One family member, Lanell Adams, told KTUU-TV that she last heard from her sister around May 27.

"She sounded distressed," Lanell Adams told KTUU-TV. "She had to get off the phone quickly, she couldn't tell me what was wrong. She told me that she just wanted me to know that she loves me and I haven't heard from her since."

The television station reported that the couple's neighbors called the Kenai Police Department for a welfare check on May 31, and officers found Adams' wallet, cell phone, bank card, and food stamps card inside the home.

The police department said that the family's landlord contacted them on June 5, stating that he had not heard from the couple or the children and that they were late on paying the rent, which was unusual for them.

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