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South Mountain remains identified as those of missing Phoenix woman

Posted 11/29/22

Human remains found Nov. 21 in a remote area on South Mountain have been identified as Roberta Braden, police said.

The 80-year-old Phoenix woman had been missing since May.

The remains were …

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FIRST RESPONDERS

South Mountain remains identified as those of missing Phoenix woman

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Human remains found Nov. 21 in a remote area on South Mountain have been identified as Roberta Braden, police said.

The 80-year-old Phoenix woman had been missing since May.

The remains were tested Nov. 28 to confirm the identity.

There is no indication of foul play, Phoenix police said.