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Body of woman missing since May found in West Valley

Posted 7/9/24

The remains of a missing 46-year-old woman have been found outside the Sienna Hills community north of Interstate 10 in Buckeye, authorities said.

Hope Tucker was last seen May 22 by her son …

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BUCKEYE

Body of woman missing since May found in West Valley

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The remains of a missing 46-year-old woman have been found outside the Sienna Hills community north of Interstate 10 in Buckeye, authorities said.

Hope Tucker was last seen May 22 by her son after the car they were in broke down on I-10 between Verrado and Watson Road. The body of her dog also was found, Buckeye police said.

Tucker’s son, who is autistic and has difficulty speaking, was found on May 24 and hospitalized.

On June 22, he shared information with a family member about what had occurred, and Buckeye police were notified, sparking a two-week search that included dogs, drones, off-road vehicles and additional ground and air support from several law enforcement agencies.

In a message on X, formerly Twitter: “The Buckeye Police Department extends our sincerest condolences to the Tucker family. We also thank the community, law enforcement partners and media partners who played a role in resolving this search and bringing closure to Hope’s loved ones.”

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